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Program Cost and Financial Aid

Invest in the NYU Stern MS in Risk Management degree to deepen your expertise and reach your career goals as a senior executive in the enterprise risk space.

Program Costs

The program fee for the class starting in 2020 is $76,000 USD

This fee includes tuition, course materials, some meals and official events. Hotel and travel expenses are not included. Tuition is subject to change.

A tuition deposit of $7,150 USD is required to secure a spot in the class. The deposit is due upon acceptance to the program and is non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Payment Schedule

The payment schedule for the class starting in 2020 is as follows. 
 
Installment Amount Due Date
Deposit $7,150.00 Upon Acceptance
First Installment $17,212.50 May 1, 2020
Second Installment $17,212.50 October 1, 2020
Third Installment $17,212.50 February 1, 2021
Fourth Installment $17,212.50 May 1, 2021

​Application Fee

A non-refundable Application Fee of USD 103 is required when submitting an application and can be paid by credit card.

Military Application Fee Waiver
Members of the military and military veterans who have served on active duty are eligible for an application fee waiver. Email your request for a fee waiver to msrm@stern.nyu.edu and include documentation of service. You will receive an email confirmation of your application fee waiver within 5 business days of submission. Please do not submit your formal application until you receive this confirmation from our office.

Financial Aid

There are many federal and private loan programs available for MS in Risk Management Program students. Please visit Stern's Financial Aid website to learn more.

Students who wish to use financial aid may be eligible for Federal and/or Private student loans. Federal loans consist of funding provided by the government to domestic students (U.S. citizens and permanent residents only). To apply, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Private loans are non-federal loans that are offered through lenders such as banks or credit unions. Most private lenders require non-U.S. citizens and permanent residents to apply with a U.S. based co-signer. For more information, you are welcome to contact the NYU Stern Graduate Financial Aid Office or visit their website