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The majority of Stern MBA scholarships are full or half tuition aid. Each applicant (domestic and international) will be assessed. They do not have other prerequisites. The decision to award the scholarship is announced at the time of application and is made the final decision. It is vital to keep in mind that the amount and awards can change each the following year. For student who has received a merit-based scholarship, look over the specifics of the scholarship on the official admissions form. Along with the Stern Scholarships and resources there is a page that provides the possibility of funding from outside sources is on the Stern Graduate Financial Aid website.

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Merit-based awards that are made to full-time 2-year MBA students include:

The Dean's Scholarship The Dean's Scholarship is one of the most highly regarded and sought-after awards provided by Stern. The award is limited to a select few of our most prestigious students. The award is a total reimbursement of tuition and fees, is named in honor of Dean Rangarajan "Raghu" Sundaram and lets students directly connect with Dean Sundaram.

Named Faculty Scholarship Named Faculty Scholarship Named Faculty Scholarship was created to pair some of our most talented students with the most distinguished and prestigious faculty. The scholarship which will cover the entire cost of tuition and fees, matches students with their academic backgrounds and interest to a particular faculty member who is in that field. Faculty scholars named as winners can establish strong bonds with the professor they have selected as their mentor. This year, the following faculty were selected as the only ones to be participants in this program. Viral Acharya Adam Brandenburger, Dolly Chugh, Aswath Damodaran Kathleen DeRose, J.P. Eggers, Anindya Ghose, Richard Hendler, Alvin Lieberman, Sonia Marciano, Elizabeth Morrison, Glenn Okun, Robert Salomon, Anjolein Schmeits, Robert Seamans, and Tensie Whelan.

Consortium Fellowship (a fellowship covering tuition and fees in full which is offered through a partnership organization) This Consortium for Graduate Study in Management is looking to increase the involvement that is dominated by African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business education and management. U.S. individuals and residents who are permanent citizens of the groups, and people who have an enthusiasm for the consortium's goals could be considered for the fellowship. Candidates have to apply of admission NYU Stern through the Consortium application process in order to be eligible for the full tuition allowance.

Leadership Accelerator Scholarship Leadership Accelerator Scholarship The merit-based award is awarded to applicants who apply, but they will be admitted only after having demonstrated a remarkable leadership capability by submitting an application. The principle behind the Leadership Accelerator is that the development of the capacity to lead requires that students take themselves beyond their comfort zone and to experiment with new ideas as well as fail and gain from their failures by carefully analyzing. Learn further information on Accelerator in Leadership. Accelerator.

Fertitta Veterans' ScholarshipThe Fertitta Veterans' MBA program is designed for students who are enrolled in the two-year full-time MBA is an innovative and unique program designed specifically to cater for U.S. military veterans and active duty students to help the transition to business school. With a major donation from alumni Lorenzo Fertitta (MBA '93) and his brother Frank J. Fertitta III, Stern established a cohort-based summer program designed for active U.S. military veterans and students on active duty. The program offers an extensive financial aid program and a program in summer which offers students the chance to participate in classes earlier and have intensive learning opportunities through frequent visits to corporate offices, in addition to an outstanding leadership class that is integrated in an MBA course. The generous donation today will assist in funding the many components of the Fertitta veterans MBA program. It is well-known for, which includes the program founded on cohorts and includes leadership courses in the summer months, as well as it also includes the Fertitta veterans MBA Scholarship that is a merit-based, scholarship which reduces tuition to a fixed amount of $30,000 over the course of an semester. It is a merit-based scholarship. Fertitta program is now offering the extended Yellow Ribbon Program and the Fertitta Veterans Living Stipend. Learn more on the Fertitta Fertitta Veterans' MBA Programme..

William R. Berkley Award was established in 2013. The William R. Berkley scholarship program is designed to aid exceptional college students seeking to pursue an MBA completely through NYU Stern. This award is available to students that have been admitted into the NYU's NYU x NYU as well as the Stern Program. Candidates accepted automatically are awarded an award of 10,000 dollars. Early Advancement Award to be applied toward their full-time MBA tuition fees after they enroll at NYU Stern and are eligible for further NYU Stern grants, such as those with a one-year Berkley Early Advancement Fellowship which covers the entire cost of tuition and fees for the time when they start the course in Stern.

Achieving Women in Business Award It was launched in 2017 The NYU Stern Advancing Women in Business Scholarship is an award that is based on merit and is awarded to students who are studying in the two-year full-time MBA program and who show a unwavering determination to improve careers of women. The scholarship will cover the cost of tuition as well as the fees for two years in an entire MBA programme. The award is partially funded by former students and members of the Stern Executive Board.

Forte Fellowship (awarded in partnership with a partner company) Forte Fellowship (awarded in partnership with a partner organisation) The Forte Foundation is a group of large corporations as well as top business schools as as numerous non-profit organizations which are dedicated to assisting and training females in the world of business. Stern assigns Forte Fellows at the time of admission to exceptional candidates who have been awarded an award on the basis of merit and are committed to promoting gender equality in the workplace.

ROMBA fellowship (awarded in conjunction with a partner institution) (awarded in partnership with a partner institution) The Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) is a non-profit organisation that educates, enthuses and connects LGBTQplus MBA students in business institutions all over all over the United States. Stern is the one who grants ROMBA fellows to exceptional applicants who have been selected to receive an award based on merit and who have shown enthusiasm or dedication to promoting opportunities for LGBTQ and business leaders.

Elizabeth Elting Advancing women's Leadership Fellowship This Elizabeth Elting Advancing Women's Leadership Fellowship was created in the year the year 2019 by Stern alumni, philanthropists and the businesswoman Elizabeth Elting (MBA 1992). The Alumna. Elting is the founder and Chief Executive Director of the Elizabeth Elting Foundation, a foundation that seeks to remove the obstacles which keep women behind as well as those who are disadvantaged. Elting is also a member of the Stern Executive Board. Each year, the Elizabeth Elting Women's Leadership Fellowship goes to two full-time, two-year MBA students, as well as two one-year Andre Koo Tech MBA students. The fellowship awards $50k every semester to students who are full time for the two-year MBA as well as the $50,000 awarded for the one year Andre Koo Tech MBA. The winners of this award are distinguished by their academic achievement and an impressive experience in leadership and an entrepreneurial spirit and a dedication towards the development in the field of Women in Business. Stern creates Elizabeth Elting Fellows at the moment of admission to the most outstanding applicants.

Directors' Scholarship The $50,000 scholarship is given to the student in the first year of study and is awarded to students who have the highest level of excellence.

Community Scholarship The $25,000 scholarship is awarded to students during the initial year of study and is given to students who demonstrate high merit.

Scholarships are given upon acceptance

Here are scholarship awards which have been granted in full time MBA applicants who don't need any additional applications.

  • Howard Gilman Foundation Scholarship Through the support provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation Howard Gilman Foundation The Howard Gilman Foundation Scholarship will be awarded to graduate students who are pursuing careers in the performing arts, and who are currently pursuing an entrepreneurial career. The students are selected by the office's Financial Aid office and no need to submit a separate application.
  • Hyundai Motor America, as well as Kia Motors America Scholarships in Law & Business - With the assistance of Hyundai Motor America, as well as Kia Motors America, the Hyundai Motor America and Kia Motors America Scholarships in Law & Business will be awarded to dual JD/MBA Degree students who want to pursue careers that combine law and business. Hyundai as and Kia Scholars will be required to attend a Law & Business Projects Seminar during their final year in which they can get a substantial amount of writing credits needed to be awarded a legal diploma. These are dependent on merit and need. the application process isn't required.

The scholarships are awarded following acceptance of the applicant

Here are scholarship opportunities that are offered to the new students who are full time MBA students who need the submission of an request. Admissions students are notified of the procedure in applying to these awards after they are notified of the details, which usually happens within the beginning of the semester.

  • Moral Contract Scholarship
  • Harvey Beker Scholarship

The Donor Award is awarded to students who are in the second year of their education.

With the assistance of alumni and friends who are friends and alumni from NYU Stern, students have another chance to get money for their second year in the MBA. MBA program. Students are all eligible to apply for second-year awards based on the principle of merit and the criteria outlined by donors. The procedure for applying is not necessary.