New York University Stern is offering merit-based scholarships for domestic and international students. These scholarships are available to pursuing full-time MBA program.
Stern merit-based scholarships awarded to Full-time MBA students include:
Dean’s Scholarship – The Dean’s Scholarship is one of Stern’s most prestigious scholarships and is awarded to a limited number of our most meritorious admitted students. This full tuition scholarship, which includes a small stipend, is presented in the name of Dean Peter Henry and affords the opportunity to connect directly with Dean Henry.
Named Faculty Scholarship – The Named Faculty Scholarship is designed to pair some of our most meritorious students with some of Stern’s most distinguished and prestigious faculty. This full tuition scholarship matches admitted students based on their background and interests with a designated faculty member in that field.
Consortium Fellowship (a full tuition fellowship awarded in conjunction with a partner organization) – The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management seeks to enhance the representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business education and management. U.S. citizens and permanent residents from these underrepresented groups, as well as other people who can demonstrate a commitment to the Consortium's mission, are eligible.
Military Veterans Scholarship – This full tuition scholarship includes a small stipend and the scholarship is awarded to meritorious U.S. Military Veterans who have also exemplified leadership, honor and service. This award is supported by an anonymous donor with matching funds supplied by the Stern School.
Stern Scholarship – This one-year scholarship covers full tuition for the first year of study and is awarded to admitted students showing strong merit. This scholarship is awarded for the first year of the program only.
Howard Gilman Foundation Scholarship – With the generous support of the Howard Gilman Foundation, the Howard Gilman Foundation Scholarship will be awarded to graduate students who have careers in the performing arts, and who now seek to become trained in business.