NYU Stern School of Business
For more than 100 years Stern has had one of the best management-education schools and research centers in the U.S. Stern’s New York City location allows the school to offer a broad palette of opportunities across the board. In fact, Stern is known for bringing New York City into the classroom and making the city into a classroom itself.
New York has more than eight million people speaking 170 languages in 305 square miles. A Stern MBA student can benefit from unrivaled access to global corporations, institutions, and markets while learning from the most influential movers and shakers in the Manhattan business community. With 25 percent of Fortune 500 companies located in the tri-state area, big names are always the top recruiters for Stern graduates. An MBA from Stern will open doors to the corporate world and to an extensive, well-connected alumni network.
One of the program’s notable features is its leadership training. Students lead and manage a vast array of clubs, organizations, and committees and have strong voices regarding the direction of the school. Stern also has the largest part-time MBA program in the country. Interestingly, Stern leads the pack of top business schools when it comes to the number of women students. Recent classes have been approximately 40 percent women, and the number of women students keeps growing.
Stern has responded to the worldwide economic crisis with the recent launch of its unique Volatility Institute. Chaos on Wall Street and Main Street prompted a need for a new, independent source of information for the business community so that its members can more effectively manage risk. The Institute’s laboratory, which gives access to understanding real-time dynamics in the market, serves as a tool for risk managers and regulators by using up-to-the-minute results. The lab measures markets by running hundreds of analyses using scores of centralized data sets.
New York University
44 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012
Phone: (212) 998 – 0600
Assistant Dean of MBA Admissions: Isser Gallogly
Deadlines for domestic and international applications:
|Deadline||Round I||Round II||Round III||Round IV|
|Application deadline||Oct 15||Nov 15||Jan 15||Mar 15|
|Initial Notification* By||Dec 15||Jan 15||Apr 01||Jun 01|
*International applicants are encouraged to apply no later than Nov 15 to facilitate visa arrangements and to have priority consideration for off-site interviews, if desired.
Deadlines for Consortium applications:
|Deadline||Round I||Round II|
|Application deadline||Oct 15||Jan 05|
|Initial Notification* By||Dec 15||Apr 01|
* Applicants will receive one of three initial notifications: invitation to interview, wait list offer or denial of admission.
International applicants are encouraged to apply by the November 15 deadline to facilitate visa arrangements and to have priority consideration for off-site interviews, if desired.
* Application deadlines are for the 2016-2017 application season.
Applicants accepted: 18%
Average undergrad GPA: 3.51
Average GMAT: 720
Average work experience (years): 4.7
Class of 2015 full-time enrollment: 808
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NYU Stern executive MBA program.