NYU Stern School of Business Review 2019: Leonard N. Stern – the school of business at New York University affords the students with departments and concentrations like
- Arts administration
- General management
- International business
- Technology management
- Not-for-profit management
- Management information system
- Production management
- Organizational behavior
- Operation management
- Real estate
- Supply chain management
- Quantitative analysis
- Operation research
NYU Stern School of Business Review 2019
Fee structure of Stern
The tuition fee for the full-time program costs $69089 per annum, for the part-time program it cost $21589 per annum and for the executive program, it cost $189200. At graduation, over 79 percent of graduates of the full-time program are employed.
Stern at New York occupies the Kaufman Management center, the Shimkin and Tisch Halls on New York University’s Washington Square campus. In the year 2010, redevelopment of 8500 square feet of the three buildings and was completed as a part of the presenter aided Stern concourse project.
In the FT’s Global MBA Ranking 2018, Stern is positioned in the twenty-third and it is maintaining the same rank position in the previous year as well. It is one of the best business school ranking which educates the students of the nation with good business knowledge.
Stern is at the rank 12 along with the other business school as per the US news. Furthermore, Stern is the third best business school for an MBA in Finance in the United States according to the US reports.
Stern’s career development team will maintain the relationship with all the firms and ensures that more than thousands of employment opportunity at the school every year. The office of career development will conduct a session around resume previews, networking workshops, mock previews, firm discussions.
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The School of business at Stern will develop you with a good career path in your business life. If your seeking for good organization, then Stern will be the right place for you. (NYU Stern School of Business Review 2019)