Scholarships

The NYU Stern Executive MBA program is proud to support applicants through scholarships. We offer partial merit-based scholarships each year to selected applicants receiving minimal or no financial sponsorship from their employer. All scholarships are individual, one-time awards and are applied toward year 1 tuition payments.

Scholarship decisions are made based on an overall review of the formal application and its required components and the interview. Applicants will automatically be considered for all available scholarships and will be notified in the offer of admission if selected. Award amounts vary and are determined by the Admissions Committee. 

Executive MBA Dean’s Scholarship
Merit-based scholarship awarded based on a range of criteria including prior academic achievement, professional accomplishments, and demonstration of leadership and teamwork abilities.

Executive MBA Advancing Diversity in Business Scholarship
Merit-based scholarship awarded to applicants who demonstrate a deep and abiding commitment to advancing diversity in business. 

In addition, applicants should visit the financial aid website for information on external scholarships and alternative financing options.

Loan Programs

There are many student loan programs available for Executive MBA Students. Visit the Stern Graduate Financial Aid website for more information.  


Domestic Students – Federal & Private Loans

U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents are eligible for federal loans. They also have the option to apply for private loans. 


Federal Loans

The U.S. Department of Education offers both federal unsubsidized and Graduate PLUS loans. Students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be reviewed for a federal unsubsidized or Graduate PLUS loan. Applicants are encouraged to submit their FAFSA as early as possible and should submit it no later than May of the calendar year they intend to start school. More information on federal loan programs can be found on the Stern Graduate Financial Aid website.


Private Loans

U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents may be eligible to receive private loans. A comprehensive list of current lenders typically used by Stern students can be found on the Stern Graduate Financial Aid website.


International Students – Private Loans

International students may be eligible to receive private student loans with and/or without a U.S. co-signer. For information on potential student loan opportunities, please visit the Stern Graduate Financial Aid website.

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