New York University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (52)
I went to Tisch and found it to be a very hands-off approach to teaching. Sort of like, here's the equipment, figure it out. Also very directing-focused in the film program. So if you have a lot of previous experience and want to direct, Kanbar is definitely for you, otherwise consider your options.
NYU is a great school with an amazing academic program. However, they are not very accommodating to diverse students. As an orthodox Jewish I needed to take time off for religious holidays which my professors were not helpful with. The school also required me to take a class on Friday evenings regardless of the Jewish sabbath and though I could not attend the actual class I was still responsible to hand in all the work on time. They would not allow me to take a similar class on a different dayof the week
My history of art and archaeology program was fantastic and supportive. The university is mismanaged, however.
NYU Tisch Acting Department is a great place to be. There is so much to learn and you learn from the best. Tisch has the ability to accept many applicants because the program is so large which is what causes some problems and flaws because there are so many people. You have to really fight for the attention in certain studios because there are large grades. Other than that, you do have the chance to learn different techniques and methods in your later years. One large and cumbersome issue is that there are so many extraneous requirements that are necessary to get your degree, but you just have to deal with that.
NYU is a very controversial school. As a student at NYU you have access to everything, but at the expense of many. I went to a community college for two years before attending NYU, and would have never been able to afford it without these first two years, which allowed me to save money, and also brought me a great scholarship. NYU is a behemoth. Its degree will give you stature. However, please do not attend if the end result is 10,000's of dollars in debt. No degree is worth it in this case.
I returned to NYU complete my undergraduate degree after a career in arts & entertainment. I specifically attended the School of Continuing & Professional Studies (SCPS). I feel that I was fortunate in that I received tremendous support from my academic advisor and the chair of the department. Their engagement and support made all the difference in the completion of my goal of obtaining my Bachelors of Science. In fact, ideally I'd like to return to NYU to do my graduate studies. While here, I've formed lifelong friendships and professional relationships that go well beyond simple networking. Returning to college at NYU is one of the best things I've ever done as it was a positive experience all around.
New York University has a great atmosphere. Located in the middle of New York City, there is always something to do. There are many services for students, if you know where to look. Many of the degree programs are challenging and require lots of dedication. The one downside to NYU is the lack of financial help and scholarships. It costs approximately $50,000 / year to attend the school and more than $1,000 of living expenses a month, leaving many students in a couple hundred thousand dollars of debt upon graduation. I wish they had more financial aid services being that they are such a largely funded research institution. The experience was amazing though, and unlike your average college town.
I'm from the polytechnic school of engineering. This year NYU completed a merger with Polytechnic University . At poly the classes are very demanding and sometimes you'll become overwhelmed, but I'd say it worth it. I came to this school because of the curriculum and level of education.
NYU was a great experience. I loved living in NYC; however it was costly. Since graduation I have moved back home but am hoping to move back to New York once I save up some money. The professors, location and facilities can't be beat. I wouldn't change my college experience for anything.
NYU's speech pathology program will prepare any student to be the best speech pathologist he/she can be. The program pulls out the best in it's students by challenging them to think critically and make the best decisions for future clients. Unlike many other programs, NYU provides the opportunity for students to take all core classes prior to enrolling in the clinical practicum. This allows students to be fully committed to clients and identifying their strengths and weaknesses prior to graduation. I really enjoyed my experience in NYU's on campus practica. I must admit it was tough and I was pushed to what I thought was my limit by both clients and supervisors. But i made it through! I did exceptionally well. It takes dedication, good time management skills, ability to accept criticism and passion to succeed there. I think that's what makes this program one of the best. The professors and supervisors are very knowledgeable and very supportive. Graduate school will never be easy so as long as a student works hard, truly loves speech-language pathology success is a must in this program! Oh, there are also many opportunities to participate in research studies and attend many outside educational workshops that only allow NYU students to attend. Thanks for reading and all the best if you decide to apply. There will be times when you will feel defeated and you will want to compare yourself to others. Don't! You can always do it if you really want it. Rise and just push through!