Since NYU is recognized throughout the world, our applicants — first-year and transfer alike — come from a variety of secondary school experiences. With that said, everyone is measured against the same admissions criteria.
We find students are best prepared for NYU if they’ve studied the following subjects:
Note: Our top applicants have taken demanding coursework in the above subjects for four years.
Submit any of the following documents to show you completed your secondary school education:
The deadline is July 1 of the year you plan to enroll. Extensions will only be granted to international students who attend schools that operate on a different academic calendar.
Have your school submit your final transcripts through the Common Application. If sending hard copy materials, ensure they bear an official stamp and are signed by a school official. Have your school mail the documents in a sealed envelope to:
New York University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
383 Lafayette Street
New York, New York 10003
If your high school prefers email, it can send the documents to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, they must still bear an official stamp, come from a school official, and be sent from an official school email address.