Henry Kaufman Management Center44 West Fourth Street
New York City, NY 10012

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Full-Time

12 months English 74,997
Features:
  • Program jointly offered by NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai.
  • Listed tuition is for non-CHN/TW/HK/MC students. CHN/TW/HK/MC students pay $73,068 USD.
12 months English 70,452
Features:
  • Program jointly offered by NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai.
12 months English 74,997
Features:
  • Program jointly offered by NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai.
  • Listed tuition is for non-CHN/TW/HK/MC students. CHN/TW/HK/MC students pay $73,068 USD.
10 months English 65,967
Features:
  • Program jointly offered by NYU Stern and NYU GSAS.
12 months English 70,452
Features:
  • Program jointly offered by NYU Stern and NYU Shanghai.

Part-Time

12 months English 85,500
Features:
  • Program is designed for working professionals.
  • Modules 1-3 and 5-7 are held in-person at NYU Stern and rotating global locations.
  • Module 4 is held live online.
12 months English 85,500
Features:
  • Program length is flexible; it can be completed in as few as 12 months.
  • Program current tuition and fees are: $85,500.
12 months English 84,500
Features:
  • Program jointly offered by the HKUST Business School and NYU Stern.
  • Program designed for working executives, with intensive block weeks of classes in Hong Kong, New York and Shanghai.
20 months English GMAT Required 72,600
Features:
  • A part-time, 20-month program comprising 22 short courses, taken one at a time.
  • Students follow a prescribed schedule and take all courses together as a cohort.
  • Program includes 2 short residencies at the NYU campus.
12 months English
Features:
  • Program on pause as of spring 2023.
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