Scholarships & Financial Aid

NYU Students 

If you are a NYU upperclassmen who will receive a degree from NYU in New York and are spending a semester or year abroad at an NYU Global Academic Center, here are a few things you should know:

  •  Studying abroad does not necessarily cost more than studying in New York. The cost of housing, meals, and daily living abroad is comparable and in some cases less expensive than New York City.
  • The cost of tuition and registration fees remains the same, and your NYU financial aid package applies while you study at an NYU Global Academic Center. 
  • Students who apply and qualify for financial aid will be considered for additional aid for their semester abroad.
  • Need-based and merit-based study abroad scholarships and grants are available through NYU Global Programs and many external organizations.

Global Pathways Scholarship & Global Programs Administered Awards

All undergraduate students who will receive a degree from NYU in New York and have been admitted for a semester at an NYU Global Academic Center, are automatically reviewed for the Global Pathways Scholarship and Global Programs Administered Awards.  

Specialized Awards

More specialized awards are available for students depending on academic area of interest and / or program selection.  Application requirements and deadlines vary.

Scholly

NYU has partnered with and obtained free student access to Scholly—Scholarship Search Tool and College Scholarship Finder App that offers a nationwide portfolio of $420 million in potential scholarships, with average awards between $500 and $1,000. Sign up now at app.myscholly.com/NYU.

Incoming NYU Transfers

Incoming NYU Transfer Students are awarded financial aid packages as determined by the NYU Office of Financial Aid. Contact the Office of Financial Aid with any questions.

Incoming Liberal Studies Freshmen

Incoming Liberal Studies Freshmen who are spending their first year abroad are awarded financial aid packages as determined by the NYU Office of Financial Aid. Contact the Office of Financial Aid with any questions.