New York University Reviews of Master's in Business

  • 11 Reviews
  • New York (NY)
  • Annual Tuition: $39,592
50% of 11 students said this degree improved their career prospects
91% of 11 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Reviews - Master's in Business

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  • Reviewed: 11/1/2017
  • Degree: Business
"Thus far, my experience at NYU has been a positive one. As a new student to the Masters program at Steinhardt, my program director/s and advisor have found creative ways to allow me to attend the university with unique circumstances. My advisor has helped me develop a course schedule fit for my needs and goals. While I do not officially begin at NYU until the Spring of 2018, I've been able to experience the culture and environment by living blocks away from campus. What attracts me most about NYU are the people, location, and the abroad opportunities. As an employed professional entering a new industry (music), I have come to learn how valuable it is to have a program and network like that of NYU's to help launch a career and get in the door. I've personally experienced the difficulty of breaking into a new field with only the backing of social capital (referrals) and a strong resume. Now more than ever am I thankful to have NYU by my side and in the city I call home to support me."
  • Reviewed: 9/1/2017
  • Degree: Business
"I met wonderful people getting my MBA at New York University. The program is strong at matching in consulting, investment banking and marketing roles in traditional industries. Less traditional jobs or jobs in less traditional industries have less support."
  • Reviewed: 5/22/2017
  • Degree: Business
"Although I think that an NYU education might not be the best value for most majors, I think that it is worth the huge financial investment for areas like business because of the alumni network and the name recognition. The faculty is excellent and I highly respect the dean of the business school."
Mike B
  • Reviewed: 3/9/2017
  • Degree: Business
"New York University - Stern Business School was an incredible experience which provided me with the well-rounded business education I was looking for. You will be challenged by your talented peers and professors in a collegial environment that stresses team work and group work. I found the quality of the lectures to be overall excellent and the course load manageable. If there was one negative, it would be that the career services tend to be focused more towards the full-time MBA students. As a part-time Langone student, you have less access to on-campus recruiting and other career opportunities."
  • Reviewed: 2/27/2017
  • Degree: Business
"Stern's location in NYC really does provide a wealth of opportunity to connect with industries of all types. Tapping into the vast world of NYU also provides endless opportunities to explore. The professors vary. Some are amazing, some just ok. The students a friendly and tend to be progressive and caring about the world. It is a good place to go!"
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2017
  • Degree: Business
"NYU's network is very strong, particularly if you're looking to stay in NYC. I'm very glad I did the part-time program and took advantage of my employer's tuition reimbursement policy. Business school would have been prohibitively expensive otherwise."
  • Reviewed: 9/23/2015
  • Degree: Business
"Many graduate programs are unnecessary. Students should really research degree programs to ensure its a correct fit prior to making such a huge financial commitment."
Julie Burna
  • Reviewed: 10/3/2013
  • Degree: Business
"Pros: networking, the opportunities of New York City, array of personal and academic activities, manageable course work, dedicated professors, prestigious heritage, unpretentious attitude, ambitious classmates, distinguished alumni Cons: cost of living, demands and obstacles of New York City"
Hannah Mosquera
  • Reviewed: 2/22/2013
  • Degree: Business
"Overall the MS in HRMD program at NYU is excellent. Students are taught by adjunct professors who have high level positions in their industry, thus present a real life, current view of HR. The material taught is practical, engaging, and up to date. The student population is diverse, with a balance of international and domestic grads. The downside to attending graduate school in NYC is the high cost of living. Also, there is not an assigned mentor or adviser in the grad program, thus career guidance is often non existent."
Christopher Cable
  • Reviewed: 12/28/2012
  • Degree: Business
"Great reputation for certain industries - recruiters definitely respect the Stern MBA."
Barrie Charney Golden
  • Reviewed: 12/23/2012
  • Degree: Business
"Stern cares a lot about its students and its reputation, but is still establishing itself as a leading MBA program."