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New York University Tandon

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New York University Tandon History                                    

New York University Tandon also called New York University Tandon School of Engineering and Tandon is an American Engineering School part of New York University and is located in New York City. The school was established by the merger of Brooklyn Collegiate and Polytechnic Institute and University of the City of New York’s School of Civil Engineering and Architecture in 1854. The school adopted its present name in 2015 and currently enrols over 5000 students.

New York University Tandon Programs, Courses, and Schools

New York University Tandon offers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs in Engineering and Applied Sciences related subjects. The school also offers a Technology Management and Innovation Program in affiliations with New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

New York University Tandon offers programs in Applied Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Bio-molecular Engineering, Civil and Urban Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Finance and Risk Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and Technology, Culture and Society.

New York University Tandon Campuses

New York University Tandon has an urban campus spread over 15 acres of area in New York City, United States. The campus is located right in the heart of New York City which is frequently ranked amongst top student cities in the world. The campus is surrounded by all the amenities including shops, retail stores, coffee shops, restaurants, and bars in addition to excellent public transportation network.

New York University Tandon offers facilities such as classrooms and lecture halls with audio visual equipment, engineering laboratories, and halls of residence in addition to libraries, breakout zones, IT suites, common rooms, and student lounges. The students can also use New York University’s facilities which include sports, bars and clubs, and a bustling student union.

New York University Tandon Achievements

New York University Tandon is ranked 65th globally to study Engineering and Technology by Times Higher Education World University Rankings by subject. The school is also ranked 81st in Best Global Universities for Engineering by US News and World Report.

New York University Tandon is also ranked 66th best school in the United States for undergraduate Engineering programs by US News and World Report. The school is also ranked 1st for Video Game Design programs by the Princeton Review.

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New York University Tandon is a selective institution with an acceptance rate of 35%. The school has also produced a number of graduates who have won numerous accolades including Nobel Prize, National Medals for Science, Technology and Innovation, IEEE Edison Medal, Turing Awards, and Pulitzer Awards.

New York University Tandon has also produced a number of graduates who currently head or have headed a number of prestigious organisations including Xerox, Lockheed Martin, Yahoo, Pfizer, Religare, BAE Systems, The New York Times, Black and Decker, and Sears.

New York University Tandon Notable Alumni

Gertrude B. Elion (Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine), Rudolph Marcus (Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry), Ursula Burns (Chairperson and CEO of Xerox), and Alfred Amoroso (Chairman of Yahoo!). 

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New York University Tandon Deadlines

Bachelors: January 
Masters: November

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