Tuition & Financial Aid
Below is an estimated summary of the Tuition and Required Fees. This estimate is for students who begin the MSQM program in the fall of the academic year 2023-2024. The purpose of this estimate is to provide a rough sense of the total cost of the program and how those costs may be incurred over the course of the program. As such, this estimate should not be considered as an official statement of the actual costs of the program.
|MSQM Class of 2024 Program Cost
|Total Program Cost
Tuition includes all fees and two residential immersions (the first of which contains orientation).
Travel, food and housing for two 4-day residential immersions are not included.
*Includes a one-time $750 enrollment deposit, applied towards the cost of tuition.
The Master of Science in Quantitative Management (MSQM) is an investment in your future. NYU Stern provides an array of financial aid resources and services to help you achieve your educational goals.
Students may be eligible to take out federal and/or private education loans to cover tuition and other education-related costs, which might include books and supplies, personal expenses, and transportation costs. For federal student loans, you must fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to include the FAFSA school code: 002785.
Students taking out loans should expect to pay loan origination fees to lenders.
All applicants (domestic and international) are considered for merit-based scholarships. No additional materials are required. Scholarship decisions are made at the discretion of the Admissions Committee at the time of admission and are included in your official letter of admission. All scholarship decisions are final.
NYU Stern offers a variety of scholarships to active-duty military members and veterans. If you are, or think you may be eligible for veteran benefits, please visit the Resources for Military Veterans page or reach out to David Gordon (email@example.com, 212-998-0644).
Students may be able to obtain funding from their employers to pursue a graduate business degree. Employers can be set up as authorized payers, or students can pay and be reimbursed through their company.
Positions may be available to qualified MSQM students. For more details and a comprehensive listing of positions, please visit the Student Jobs website.
The NYU Bursar also offers the option of a deferred payment plan. Under this plan, 50% of the tuition is due at the start of the semester. The remaining balance is due later in the semester and is typically paid in two 25% installments. This enables students to spread out payments over the course of a semester. For more information on the deferred payment plan, please visit the NYU Bursar website.
All estimates assume that both tuition and fees increase by 3% per year. Typical annual increases for tuition and fees are about 3-4%, but can vary each year and be more or less than these percentages. Once official rates are confirmed, they will be updated and communicated accordingly.