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Scholarships & Financial Aid

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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.

Additional Financial Aid

All admitted Study Away undergraduate students who will receive a degree from NYU in New York applying for financial aid will be automatically evaluated for an additional need-based award: the Global Pathways Scholarship is up to $4,000 per semester (depending on demonstrated need) to cover the additional costs of studying away. Students will receive an award notification beginning in June (for fall semester) and in November (for spring semester). Students follow the regular Office of Financial Aid process for applying for need based aid.

Global Programs Merit Scholarships

A small group of students that have been admitted for a semester study at one of the NYU Academic Centers will be awarded a merit grant of $1,500. Awards will be determined based on the quality of the student’s application and academic record. Selected students will be informed shortly after notification. All funding is posted as tuition credit to the recipient’s NYU student account. No additional application is required.

Santander Universities Study Abroad Scholarship

Based in Spain, with offices around the world, Santander is committed to assisting undergraduate students in fulfilling their interest in studying overseas. Thanks to a substantial gift from Santander Universities Program, NYU Global Programs is pleased to grant Santander Universities Study Abroad Scholarships in the amounts of $3,000 per academic semester for 133 undergraduate students annually who demonstrate high financial need and have applied to enroll a NYU Global Academic Center for fall or spring. Selected students will be informed shortly after notification. All funding is posted as tuition credit to the recipient’s NYU student account. No separate application is required.

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Eligibility

» Students must have applied or been admitted to an NYU Global Academic Center for fall, spring, or the full academic year to be considered for any listed awards.

» Students attending summer, winter, or school-specific semester programs such as Tisch Special Programs, or exchange programs such as Stern IBEX or NYU International Exchange, are not eligible for the Global Programs Merit Scholarship, Banco Santander Scholarship or Accra Community Service Grant.

» Students must be currently enrolled full-time and in good academic and disciplinary standing.

» Students must be eligible for aid from NYU and from federal and state government sources; students must be classified either as U.S. citizens or as eligible non-citizens.

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.

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Additional Funding

Additional Funding

There are many opportunities to find additional funding for study abroad, but it requires advance planning and research.
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