Some NYU School of Professional Studies graduate programs offer departmental scholarships based upon financial need and/or academic merit. The majority of departmental awards are open to continuing students after a set number of credits are completed and academic merit in the program is established. Requirements and award amounts vary.
Center for Global Affairs
Center for Publishing and Applied Liberal Arts
Division of Programs in Business
Schack Institute of Real Estate
Scholarships for Incoming Students
As a full or part-time candidate and/or admitted student for our Schack Master's program, you may be eligible to apply for the scholarships below. Admitted students starting in the summer may also apply. These are one-time scholarships that will be credited to the fall semester tuition bill should you be chosen as recipient. Please contact the Schack Institute of Real Estate for any questions related to this or other Schack awards at email@example.com.
Scholarships for Continuing Students
Through its scholarship program, the NYU SPS Schack Institute of Real Estate recognizes outstanding graduate students in Real Estate, Real Estate Development, and Construction Management programs who have excelled in their academic accomplishments and in their service to the Institute and their classmates. Matriculated students with 6 or more earned credits may apply. A scholarship committee will review all applications shortly after the deadline. Scholarships for continuing students are funded from a range of sources, including individual benefactors, industry organizations, and major industry events. All of the scholarships listed below are a $5,000 award. Please contact the Schack Institute of Real Estate for any questions related to this or other Schack awards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality
Students can also apply for scholarships and fellowships funded by sources unaffiliated with the NYU School of Professional Studies. Eligibility requirements will vary, but typically take into consideration a student's academic achievement and financial need.