NYU Stern School of Business
The Leonard N. Stern School of Business is located in the center of New York University’s main campus in Manhattan, New York. Along with its full-time MBA program, the school also offers part-time and Executive MBA options. Stern is widely recognized for its collaborative student community and emphasis on developing students’ academic and emotional intelligence, as well as for its large menu of elective course offerings. In addition, Stern’s New York City location helps position it as a popular business school for students aiming to secure post-MBA positions in finance.
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Political scientist and foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer has been named a Global Research Professor at New York University (NYU) and will teach at...read more
$10 Million Alumni Gift Creates New Scholarship Program for College Seniors at NYU’s Stern School of Business
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I had my interview off-campus. To tell youthe truth I was pretty nervous. I reaced 15 min before time hoping to hang around and get used to the...read more
I had my interview during Diversity Connect with an alumnus, which I know is unusual for NYU, so I really wanted to share my experience. I will say,...read more
These are the questions they asked me. 1. Tell me about yourself? 2. What do you feel is the weakest aspect of your resume? 3. Which achievement are...read more
I interviewed with a “senior associate admissions director.” The conversation is very friendly. She took very few notes (which at the...read more
I had my interview in New York. I live in Europe, so travelled to NY for the interview the day before. At 11.00 am on the day, I was greeted by the...read more