Please note the following details when completing the Personal Information Parts I and II of the online application.
Social Security NumberSocial Security Numbers should be submitted by U.S. citizens and U.S. Permanent Residents. If you are an international applicant who has been assigned a Social Security Number while studying in the U.S., you should provide us with this information. Otherwise, international applicants should leave this blank.
Telephone/Mobile/Cell NumbersWe may need to contact you via telephone or mobile/cellular. Please provide these numbers only if we can reliably contact you via these methods. If your contact information changes at any time, you are responsible for providing the new information to Stern MBA Admissions immediately via the Application Status Check Website.
CitizenshipPlease indicate your citizenship status: U.S. citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, citizen of another country or dual citizen. If you are a U.S. Permanent Resident, please indicate your country of citizenship.
College CodeCollege Code information is provided in the GMAT or GRE bulletin, which is sent to you upon requesting a test registration form via www.mba.com or www.taketheGRE.com.
Intended Academic Specialization(s)Your selection of intended academic specialization(s) is not binding. Indication of an academic specialization is encouraged, but not required.
By checking the boxes under the Statements of Interest heading, you express interest in being considered for a wide range of scholarships from NYU Stern as well as those facilitated by NYU Stern.
Statements of Interest
Please note that college seniors applying to The William R. Berkley Scholarship program must be graduating between December 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014, just prior to the Full-time MBA Fall 2014 start term, to be eligible for the program.