Scholarship assistance to NYU@NUS students is awarded and communicated during the admissions process. All other financing options would be in the form of loans from the student's home country. We are presently unaware of any U.S. lenders making loans to NYU@NUS international students.
We also encourage students to review the section of our website on Supplemental Sources of Financial Assistance. While many opportunities are for U.S. programs, you may find some organizations that will consider programs like NYU@NUS. Students should also research available financing options in their home country before committing to a program of study at NYU@NUS.
Click here for the tuition refund schedule for NYU@NUS students who are dropping classes or withdrawing from the program.
Estimated 2013-2014 Student Expense Budget for NYU@NUS
Registration / Computer fees
Accomodations / Living Expenses
Books / Supplies*
All figures are in US Dollars. The above student budget is estimated.
This budget does not include expenses for studies undertaken in Shanghai (in NUS Semester 2) and the 100-hour New York Seminar (after completion of both LL.M. degrees).
*Total includes one-time computer notebook expense ($1,500) and travel allowance ($500).
**Health insurance is mandatory and billed through NUS.