Graduate Admissions

You want a top-notch, hands-on graduate education in one of the world’s greatest cities and the tools to make a difference. NYU Steinhardt offers master's, advanced certificate, and doctoral programs in the fields of applied psychology, art, education, health, media, and music. Our graduates have starred on Broadway; led schools around the country; and established culinary institutes, healthcare facilities, public relations agencies, museums, and soup kitchens. Steinhardt students have some of the highest pass rates in the country for licensing exams in health and education.

As a student in NYU’s largest graduate school, our intellectually adventurous and socially conscious faculty will mentor you and push you to think critically and broaden your perspectives, welcoming you into a warm and supportive community of scholars in the heart of New York City. You’ll take advantage of unparalleled career opportunities and apply theory to practice in real-life settings, locally and globally.

Applying for Graduate Study

For application requirements and instructions, see our Application Guide.

See special application instructions international students.

Financing Your Education

Find out about financial aid and scholarships.

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Contact Us

NYU Steinhardt Office of Graduate Admissions
Joseph and Violet Pless Hall
82 Washington Square East, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003-6680
212-998-5030 | 212-995-4328 (fax)

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