Students interested in the Ph.D. program in Education and Jewish Studies should exhibit outstanding personal qualities and excellent academic training. Candidates must also have a minimum of two-years employment experience in education, Jewish education, or Jewish communal service. An M.A. degree in either education or Jewish studies is useful, but not required.
The completed Education and Jewish Studies admissions application package must include:
- The Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development admissions application form (program code: EJST)
- a curriculum vitae
- GRE score report
- a personal statement
- a statement of your research interests
- three letters of recommendation
Applicants should specify in their admissions essays their intended area of specialization in education: Administration, Teaching and Learning, Humanities and Social Sciences, or Applied Psychology. Applicant finalists may be invited for an interview by the program faculty.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept any substitutions for the GRE score. The GRE is required.
International students are advised to familiarize themselves with special instructions from NYU Steinhardt's Office of Graduate Admissions.
All students admitted to the program must have a fellowship.
Learn more about admissions to NYU Steinhardt.