NYU GSAS Application Instructions

The instructions for the application are divided into six sections:

  1. Application Overview
  2. Application Deadlines
  3. Application Fees
  4. Test Scores
  5. Transcripts
  6. Submitting the Application

1. Application Overview

A look at the questions you will be asked as part of the application process, and the supporting materials you will need to provide, can be found on the GSAS Application Guide. Please also refer to the GSAS Application Policies page.

2. Application Deadlines

Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. Eastern (New York City) time on the deadline dates listed in Application Requirements and Deadlines for Departments and Programs. This includes all supporting materials. If an application deadline date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal U.S. holiday, then the next business day will be the deadline date.

Please allow sufficient time for official test scores to arrive at the Graduate School--schedule your test dates accordingly. Please refer to the Test Scores section below for more details.

Financial Aid Deadline. An application must be submitted by the deadline date to be eligible for Graduate School and departmental fellowships and other awards. No other forms are required for consideration.

3. Application Fees

The application fee for all programs (except the M.S. and M.S.-M.B.A. programs in Mathematics in Finance) is $100. The application fee for the M.S. and M.S.-M.B.A. programs in Mathematics in Finance is $120.

The application fee is nonrefundable.

4. Test Scores

Answers to questions about policies and procedures for the GRE and TOEFL/IELTS can be found in Frequently Asked Questions: Testing Requirements - GRE, TOEFL and IELTS.

5. Transcripts

Answers to many questions about our policies and procedures for academic transcripts can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions: Academic Transcripts.

When you apply online, one (1) official academic transcript, mark sheet, or final grades sheet (and English translation, if required) from each institution you attended should be uploaded on one of the “Transcript Upload” pages as part of your online application. If uploaded, you should NOT send official copies of your transcripts to Graduate Enrollment Services at this time. If you are offered admission, you will be requested to provide an official copy. The baccalaureate or equivalent transcript should clearly indicate conferral of your undergraduate degree. If you are currently completing your baccalaureate, you should upload a transcript showing your academic record through your most current year of study. 

If you are not able to upload a transcript in the online application for an unusual technical reason, then you must refer to Frequently Asked Questions: Academic Transcripts.

6. Submitting the Application

Your application should be submitted online. Test scores are submitted electronically to the Graduate School by the GRE and TOEFL/IELTS programs. 

  • Do not mail the Graduate School a duplicate paper copy of your online application.
  • All application materials must be received by the deadline date.