New York University's Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) provides an exciting opportunity to participate in pioneering research, learn from world-renowned scholars, and enjoy the ambiance of Greenwich Village, a historic center of artistic and intellectual innovation. An advanced degree from New York University deepens intellectual and academic capacities. Because of this, it enhances careers in many fields.
Most doctoral students will study at GSAS with funding through the MacCracken Program. The opportunities that this page details are most applicable to other doctoral students and to master's students. This webpage and the Graduate Enrollment Services staff can counsel you on an appropriate plan.
We are pleased to offer many students an innovative financial aid plan--the Tuition Incentive Program (TIP). Along with federal and private scholarship programs, TIP provides another option to help you finance your education.
As you develop your financing plan, consider your investment in yourself and the contribution that you will make to the world of knowledge as a graduate of New York University. We encourage you to accept the challenge of study here and very much hope you will join us.
The cost of attending GSAS is comparable to that of other select private institutions. Individual costs vary depending on course load, living accommodations, and personal expenses. Tuition and fees information will be helpful in developing an estimated budget.
GSAS requires completion of at least 32 credits (24 in residence at New York University) for the master's degree, as well as program requirements, such as examinations or a thesis. The doctoral degree requires a minimum of 72 credits (32 in residence), as well as language and comprehensive examinations and a dissertation.
Read about GSAS funding opportunities here.
Learn about federal student aid for graduate students here.
Review private (non-federal) loan information here.
Review NYU payment plans here.
Learn about potential job and internship opportunities here.