We recognize that investing in yourself is a big decision. But that investment can yield a significant and lasting return.
To help you understand the potential ROI of an MBA on your career, we’ve calculated salary gains of our students over the past four years. And, the results are impressive. Stern Part-time MBA students are seeing an average salary increase of 52% over the course of the program. The average student completes the program in about three years, so that translates to a 17% increase in each of those years.
And that’s just the short term salary gains… As a graduate, your benefits continue with additional services. Navigate changes in your professional life with career services for life; gain immediate and lifelong access to the largest alumni network of any top business school; and, take advantage of free classes for alumni and other lifelong learning benefits.
Whether you want to stay up to date on the latest practices in your field, learn more about complementary functions, or continue to refine your leadership skills, you’ll have access to free MBA elective courses as an alumni. Audit up to one course per fall or spring semester, every year, for life. (That’s a potential value of almost $16,000 per year.)
Our dedicated Financial Aid office is staffed with an experienced team of professionals to provide information and assistance with your financial aid questions. The Stern Graduate Financial Aid Office regularly provides a variety of seminars and workshops to students and the team is also available for individual appointments either in person or virtually.
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.
Our Graduate Financial Aid office supports students applying for various loan programs. U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents are eligible for federal loans. They also have the option to apply for private loans. International students may be eligible to receive private student loans with or without a U.S. co-signer.
Stern offers a variety of opportunities for students to earn tuition assistance after enrollment.
Currently, scholarships are not available to Part-time MBA students at the time of admission. However, Part-time MBA students who have completed at least 30 of the 60 credits at Stern are eligible to be considered for scholarships in the form of donor awards. Donor awards are merit-based and are awarded by NYU Stern Graduate Financial Aid in the Fall semester based on the criteria established by Stern donors.
In addition, after completing 9 credits, students may apply to work as a teaching fellow or graduate fellow, earning up to $7,800 in tuition remission per semester.
This page provides a general overview of some aspects of our program and admissions process. For full details, including requirements, restrictions, and more specific information, please access the relevant links.