Stern School of Business – New York University - Tech MBA
NYU Stern School of Business Tech MBA Program Structure
The NYU Stern School of Business Tech MBA is a one-year program that requires 52 credits to complete. The first summer of the Tech MBA program includes the entirety of the business core courses, some tech core courses, and the Stern Solutions NYC Immersion. After that, subsequent semesters contain the remainder of the tech core courses, Stern Solutions Project courses, and electives.
The NYU Stern School Of Business Tech MBA is built around project-based learning, dubbed Stern Solutions. This allows students a unique opportunity to earn more hands-on experience than traditional MBA programs. First, courses begin with direct industry preparation and immersion with New York City companies. These include live cases with professional partners and company visits. After that, students will complete real-world company projects. They spend a two-week immersion in Silicon Valley in January, and finally present a business incubation plan at the end of the program.
The NYU Stern School of Business Tech MBA Class of 2021 features 45 students that are, on average, 29-years old. Among the class, 49 percent are women. In addition, 40 percent hold international citizenship and 20 percent are underrepresented U.S. minorities.
On average, these students joined the program with GPA middle 80 percent ranges of 3.14-3.73 and a GMAT range of 620-720. Students had an average of 6 years of previous professional work experience.
Stern’s Office of Career Development launches an “Ignite” career development program as soon as classes begin in September. There, panels are hosted each Friday throughout the year. They feature industry presentations, resume reviews, networking workshops and mock interviews, for instance. After that program, second-year students have access to career coaches, who offer personalized advice on resumes and job search strategies and conduct mock interviews.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
The total estimated cost of tuition and registration fees for NYU Stern Tech MBA students is currently $53,159 for the spring semester, $46,162 for the summer semester, and $52,815 for the fall semester. This accounts for room and board, books, supplies, local travel, extra costs, and loan fees over the course of one year.
Tech MBA students may, however, apply for financial aid, scholarships, and graduate fellowships. Typically, students will receive these awards at the time of admission.
U.S. citizens and permanent residents applying to Stern’s Tech MBA program are eligible for federal Stafford and Graduate PLUS loans, as well as private loans. International students are eligible for private loans, either with or without a U.S. co-signer. Loans not requiring a co-signer include the UFSB Stern International Loan, offered through the First Marblehead Corporation and Union Federal Savings Bank; the Global Students Loan, offered through the Global Student Loan Corporation to students from India; and the BAEF MBA Fellowship, offered through the Belgian American Educational Foundation Inc. to Belgian citizens. International students with a U.S. cosigner are available for numerous private loans up to the full cost of attendance. They are provided with a list of these options upon receiving offers of admission.
Applicants to the NYU Stern Tech MBA program must have an undergraduate degree. However, there are no minimum GPA or standardized test score requirements for admission.
Applicants to the full-time MBA program must submit the online application. In addition to the application, they must submit test scores from either the GMAT, GRE, or EA exams, a professional resume, and a separate Work History Form provided by Stern on its application website. Stern also requires applicants to submit two essays, two professional recommendations, undergraduate transcripts and proof of degree conferrals and an application fee of $250. All applicants whose native language is not English and who have not completed academic studies in an English-speaking country, or a country where English is the primary language used in education, must take the TOEFL exam and submit their scores with their applications.
Application deadlines are as follows:
|Deadline||Initial Notification* By|
|1st Deadline||September 15, 2021||December 1, 2021|
|2nd Deadline||November 15, 2021||February 1, 2022|
|3rd Deadline||January 15, 2022||March 1, 2022|
|4th Deadline**||February 15, 2022||April 1, 2022|
|*You will receive one of three initial notifications: invitation to interview, waitlist offer, or denial of admission|
|**Only U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents may apply by this deadline. Applicants who are non-U.S. citizens at the time of submitting their application must apply no later than the January 15 deadline.|