The NYU Dual Degree MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy/MA in Hebrew and Judaic Studies views financing a graduate education as a partnership between students and the program. To learn more about the various opportunities for financing your education, please visit Tuition & Scholarships.
Fellowships at NYU Wagner
MPA-MA dual degree applicants are required to submit their application both for admission to the program and to be considered for The Lisa Goldberg Fellowships and the Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women (JFEW) Fellowship by the early application deadline.
All other MPA-MA dual degree applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their application to the program by the January application deadline for priority admission and consideration for other program Scholarships and Fellowships. Any application received after the January deadline will only be considered on a space-available basis for both admission and funding.
Please Note: to be considered for our program Scholarships and Fellowships, you must complete and upload the required essay in the NYU Wagner application. Scholarship recipients will be notified in mid-April, after admissions decisions have been sent to applicants.
In addition, the Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies at NYU offers a Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship to students interested in studying Hebrew.
We also encourage our applicants and continuing students to apply for outside scholarships, including Wexner; FEREP: Federation Executive Recruitment and Education Program; and the JCC Association Graduate Education Scholarship. Please see below for links: