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Merit-Based Scholarships

New Students

Westchester/Fairfield Langone Alumni Scholarship Program
Supported by our Langone alumni living in the Westchester/Fairfield area, we are pleased to announce the Westchester/Fairfield Langone Alumni Scholarship Program. For the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 terms, admitted Langone Westchester students will be considered for a merit-based scholarship ranging from $10,000 to $40,000. We anticipate that more than 40% of admitted Westchester students for these two terms will be awarded a scholarship.

All Langone Westchester applicants can request scholarship consideration when completing the application. Scholarships are applied to tuition in the recipient’s first academic year of the program, or in the case of a $40,000 scholarship, scholarships are applied to tuition up to that amount. The scholarship is a one-time award and is not renewable.

Stern Forté Fellowship
Stern is a member of the Forté Foundation, a consortium of top business schools and companies dedicated to directing talented women toward leadership roles in business. Each year, select scholarship recipients with an interest in promoting women in business, are designated as Forté Fellows. Stern Forté Fellows participate in the annual Forté Conference, held in June, which includes networking opportunities with lead executives and with MBA students from sponsor schools, along with panel discussions and workshops that foster professional and personal development.

Continuing Students

Scholarships, in the form of donor awards, are available to Langone MBA students who have completed at least 30 credits at Stern.

Scholarships are merit-based and are awarded by NYU Stern Graduate Financial Aid in the Fall semester based on the criteria established by Stern donors. As the selection process takes place each fall, students must have completed 30 credits by the end of the prior spring semester in order to be considered. The awarded funds can be used to cover tuition only. Typically, no application is necessary, and all eligible students are considered.