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International Students must demonstrate financial proof that they have sufficient funds readily available to cover tuition and fees, living expenses, and health insurance for at least one academic year of study to get an immigration document from NYU (or, if your program is less than a year, the full cost of your program). The tables below show the amounts that each student needs to meet for each program.

IMPORTANT: The total estimated expense plus any additional dependent expenses is what you must document for NYU to issue you an I-20 or DS-2019. Anticipate that all costs related to study at NYU will increase approximately 5% for the next academic year and every subsequent year. This increase may be reflected on the I-20 or DS-2019 you receive and therefore may not match precisely the amounts listed below. 

For the most updated and exact information on tuition and fees, visit the NYU Bursar's Office Website.

About the Estimated Expenses

The tables above indicate the 2023-2024 full-time tuition of 24 credits (one academic year) plus service fees, estimated living expenses and health insurance. For Tandon graduate students, this estimate is based on full-time tuition of 18 credits. Please note that some programs have different credit standards for full-time enrollment.

What Kinds of Financial Documentation Are Accepted by the OGS?

Supporting documents may include but are not limited to:

All financial documentation must be in English or have certified English translations attached to the original and cannot be older than 6 months.

We don't accept income tax documents or personal property deeds such as ownership of property, a car, jewelry, etc. as evidence of acceptable financial documentation.