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NYU Stern School of Business History                                     

NYU Stern School of Business also known as New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business and NYU Stern is an American business school part of the New York University and is located in New York City. The school was established in 1900 as Undergraduate School of Commerce and adopted its present name in 1988 after a donation from Leonard N. Stern. The school currently enrols over 5900 students.

NYU Stern School of Business Programs, Courses, and Schools

NYU Stern School of Business offers a number of Bachelor of Science programs in Marketing, Finance and Accounting, Information Systems, Actuarial Sciences, Economic Policy, Economic Theory, and Entertainment Media and Technology at the undergraduate level in addition to Executive Education Programs and Doctoral and Research Programs.

NYU Stern School of Business also offers a number of specified Masters programs in Accounting, Data Analytics and Business Computing, Quantitative Finance, Quantitative Management, Business Analytics, Global Finance, and Risk Management in addition to its flagship Full-time MBA and Executive MBA programs.

NYU Stern School of Business Campuses

NYU Stern School of Business is housed in Tisch Hall, Kaufman Management Center, and a number of other buildings in New York University’s campus located in New York City. The Tisch Hall caters to the undergraduate students whereas Kaufman Management Center houses graduate students and faculty. The campus is located close to all the amenities and facilities the city of New York has to offer.

NYU Stern School of Business offers a range of facilities which include classrooms and lecture halls, auditoriums, IT and Computer Suites with wireless Internet, faculty offices, student union with clubs and associations, dining options and retail stores, and student support center.

NYU Stern School of Business Achievements

NYU Stern School of Business has its MBA program ranked 17th globally by the Economist whereas The Financial Times ranks the program 13th in the United States and 22nd in the world. US News and World Report ranks the institution’s MBA program 10th nationally.

NYU Stern School of Business is ranked 1st globally to study Finance by ARWU Academic Ranking of World Universities. US News and World Report ranks the school 5th in the United States whereas the undergraduate business school is ranked 9th in the country by Bloomberg Businessweek.

NYU Stern School of Business USP

NYU Stern School of Business is one of the highly selective business schools globally with an acceptance rate of just 7.6%. The school’s admission policies are very rigorous and requires high scores in tests such as SAT, GMAT, and GRE. Many of the school’s alumni presently head companies such as NASDAQ, American Express, Viacom, CBS, DC Comics, Pfizer, and New York Stock Exchange.

NYU Stern School of Business also offers a number of joint programs with New York University in Shanghai and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in addition to international exchange programs at leading business schools in the world.

NYU Stern School of Business Notable Alumni

Robert Greifeld (Chairman of NASDAQ), William R. Berkley (Chairman of the Board of Trustees of New York University), Thomas E. Dooley (Former CEO of Viacom), and Richard Severin Fuld Jr. (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Lehman Brothers).

NYU Stern School of Business Programs

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NYU Stern School of Business Application Requirements

3.8
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NYU Stern School of Business Deadlines

Bachelors: January 
Masters: March

Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific requirements

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