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NYU Stern School of Business

New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business was founded in 1900 as the School of Commerce, Finance and Accounting. It was aimed at training students for the financial markets of New York City. It is located in downtown Manhattan in the city of New York in United States.

MBA Key Facts

  • 399 Class Size
  • 3.48 Average GPA
  • 714 Average GMAT
  • 21% Acceptance Rate
  • 5 Avg. Years of Work Exp.
  • $120,924 Median Base Salary
  • 37% International Students
  • 38% Women Representation


  1. IQ + EQ: NYU’s education is fuelled by a community of exceptional individuals–individuals who possess both intellectual and interpersonal strengths to act as forces for change by turning ideas into action and inspiring others to their cause.

  2. Experiential Learning: Industry Immersions allow students to learn specific industry knowledge from highly engaged alums at sponsoring organizations while also building a crucial industry skill set. These programs are designed to prepare students for a successful career transition.

  3. Support for international Students: Stern offers a number of programs to help their international students succeed, including seminars on immigration law, and interactive workshops on cover letter writing and networking in preparation for the recruiting season. Stern has a staff member dedicated to working with international students within the Office of Career Development.

  4. Career Development: NYU Stern connects students with top employers across industries: As part of an on-campus recruiting, thousands of interviews across industries are conducted at Stern each year. Stern’s career development team has relationship managers across industries, dedicated to maintaining strong relationships with companies and continuously expanding recruiting options for students.

  5. Scholarships: Approximately 20% of admitted Full-time MBA students receive a merit-based scholarship. Stern merit-based scholarships awarded to Full-time MBA students include Dean’s Scholarship, Named Faculty Scholarship, Consortium Fellowship, William R. Berkley Scholarship, etc.

What Stern is Looking for

  1. Academic Profile

  2. Professional Achievements

  3. Highly Motivated

  4. Potential Leader

  5. Career Aspirations

MBA Application




  3. College Transcripts

  4. Resume

  5. Additional Work History

  6. Essays - 3 + 1 (optional)

  7. Letters of Recommendation - 2

  8. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Endorsement

MBA Deadlines

15 Oct 2018
Round 1
15 Nov 2018
Round 2
15 Jan 2019
Round 3

Notable Alumni

  • Jared Kushner Senior Advisor to the President (Donald Trump) of the United States
  • Lorenzo Fertitta Chairman of Fertitta Capital; former CEO of Ultimate Fighting Championship
  • Robert Greifeld former chairman of NASDAQ
  • Gerald Hassell former Chairman and former CEO of The Bank of New York Mellon