based on 11 students ratings
My career counselor suggested to me this university on the basis of my interest and previous academics. I explored the university online and talked to some of the students there via social media to get an insight into the college. After all, I have applied to the university online and paid an application fee of $80.
My MS program focuses on mathematics and computer science related to advanced computer modeling and simulation. The program is similar in structure to terminal master's programs in engineering, combining classroom training with practical experience. The coursework ranges from foundational mathematics and fundamental algorithms to such practical topics as data visualization and software tools.
It was my dream to live in New York City. There are so many things you can do while pursuing your education. It is a financial powerhouse, which has 14 campuses around the globe and then you live in New York City, full of opportunities, while studying or while applying for jobs. While applying online, I was required to pay a fee of $250.
I must say that the courses offered here are impeccable. I mean more than 200 electives and over 20 specializations to choose from, ain-t that great !! The specialization includes accounting for luxury marketing, real estate, finance, finch, etc.
Highly regarded in new york city as one of the best programs to go to. My college acceptance letters were from various locations but New york city is a city I had always wanted to visit and come to study in. My family approved of my choice and so did various of my school classmates at the time. With some recommendations letters from the staff at my high school, I was accepted
SAT scores here pretty high and my GPA was 3.9. I also took the ACT which was matched with my SAT. I was in the top percentile of my class when I graduated and so this school was a perfect fit for me. The required GPA was around a 3.4 (88.75 and above average) with a SAT score of 1200 combined on English and Math.
Extensive, all-encompassing liberal arts program, but with the flexibility to study in multiple other fields, as well as location (NYC). I knew I would also be connected to various further education opportunities.
The course curriculum is well-designed to require all undergraduate students to take extensive liberal arts courses to widen the depth of their critical thinking skills, in addition to exposing them to fields of study they may not have otherwise considered.
I chose this school because it was the best business school I was accepted to. I knew I wanted to study business and stern is top-ranked. I also love the location of this school. Living in the city is great and has afforded me many opportunities.
So far I have been impressed with the courses I have taken. There have been many good courses in which I learned a lot. Some of the required courses are courses I wouldn't have selected but I am happy I took them.
It is good for it's Ranking, School & Place.
It's competitive yet could have discipline within your interest and choose your concentration for it. With all the options available it has a good combinational or gives you the choice of creating your own major from the Gallatin school of arts.
The location is amazing and New York University is one of the first universities I've come to know. Growing up in New York, I always noticed the purple flags when going into the city and dreamed of attending.
The course curriculum is great. A problem with all universities is that they require us to complete core classes not relevant to our major but NYU has a lot of options that can make those classes fun.
Location was unbeatable in the heart of NYC and had good undergraduate programs as well for an undecided major like me. It also was a big school which I was looking for and was close to home for me but still out of state.
It could be better, it is generally alright but I feel as if the program of core course requirements could be better and more focused as I feel a lot of the classes that I am currently taking are not interesting or useful.
Location, program, student life, distance from home, independence, ranking, opportunity, gut feelings, vibes I get from the students, real-world experience, acceptance ed, the people, academics, caliber, these were the factors due to which I opted for the university.
Good range of business classes to learn all aspects of a business. I appreciate the liberal-arts curriculum freshmen year because I have a range/variety of interests that I'd like to explore. Good professors.
Scholarships made it the least expensive school to attend and was also a very well known school! I got a scholarship that covers almost 90% of my fees and so it made it seem like one of the best choices based on that it was NYU.
I think it?s very focused on your major. For my major, you do not need to take any general education classes and the classes that you do take directly correlate to your major and the type of work you would be doing in the future.