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About The School

Much like New York itself, NYU Stern has changed a lot over the years. Though the Columbia Business School may disagree, Stern is the business school of Wall Street, and was even located near Wall Street until the early nineties. The main campus is now in Greenwich Village, home to Silicon Alley with the second highest concentration of internet startups in the U.S. after Silicon Valley. It is also one of the world’s centers for artistic creation, and it is no surprise that the school has such strong ties with the fashion industry, luxury brands, and the world of entertainment and media.

With faculty that include Professor of Economics Nouriel Roubini, who anticipated the collapse of the U.S. housing market and worldwide recession, Stern’s influence extends from Wall Street to Main Street. The school has some of the best finance professors in the world, and a constant stream of influential guest speakers.

Strengths And Specializations

Finance, Entertainment Media and Technology, Luxury Marketing, Real Estate, Strategy, Big Data, Entrepreneurship

Incoming Class

Number of Applicants:3,773

MBA Class Size:392

Tuition:$133,176

Post-MBA Careers

Sector: Consulting 29%, Investment banking 24%, Consumer products 10%, Tech 8%;

Avg Base Salary: $114,863

Salary Increase: 102%

Employment in 3 months: 92%

MBA Rankings 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
BusinessWeek 18 16 22 24 17
Financial Times 13 15 17 19 17 18 19 18
Forbes 18 23 18
The Economist 14 12 11 7 8 11 19
 US News  9 10 11 10 10 11 20

Admissions

Avg. Age: 27

Avg. GPA: 3.51

Avg. GMAT: 710

Int’l Students: 31%

Female Students: 35%

Deadlines for Sept 2017: R1 – Oct 15, 2016, R2 – Nov 15, 2016, R3 – Jan 15, 2017, R4 – Mar 15, 2017

Sources: NYU Stern, BusinessWeek, Financial Times, US News, MBA50

Essays

1. Professional Aspirations (750 word maximum)
– Why pursue an MBA (or dual degree) at this point in your life?
– What actions have you taken to determine that Stern is the best fit for your MBA experience? – What do you see yourself doing professionally upon graduation?

2. Personal Expression
Please describe yourself to your MBA classmates. You may use almost any method to convey your message (e.g. words, illustrations). Feel free to be creative.
If you submit a non-written piece for this essay (i.e., artwork or multimedia) or if you submit this essay via mail, please upload a brief description of your submission with your online application.

 

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