Tuition and Financial Aid | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Tuition and Financial Aid

Become familiar with the tuition and financial aid options available to digital learning students

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Payments from students living outside the United States must be in U.S. dollars. Information regarding tuition can be found on our NYU Bursar’s Website.

To receive institutional, federal, or state financial aid, you must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or permanent resident of the United States. If you would like to learn more about funding options that may benefit international students at NYU, please visit the Financial Aid and Scholarships website.

As an NYU student, you pay for tuition as you register for your courses. Our university offers several options to help lower or defer the cost of tuition by offering:

  • Financial Aid, which will allow you to take advantage of any grants or federal and private loans.
  • Payment Plans that defer tuition or that allow you to pay tuition monthly.
  • Several Methods of Payment, including: Electronic Check, Personal Check, Wire Transfer, Third Party Payment, Tuition Remission, and 529 plans.
  • Industry Partner Scholarships: The School of Engineering partners with several organizations offering eligible participants a 20% tuition scholarship.
  • Merit and private scholarships programs, as well as cybersecurity and Women in Engineering specific scholarships.
  • Alumni Scholarships: All NYU Alumni receive a 20% tuition scholarship.
  • S&K and Bridgewater Scholarships: These scholarship funds strive to support a new generation of engineers in an inclusive environment that breaks down barriers that have historically led to the underrepresentation of women and minorities in STEM. For questions regarding the two scholarships, please email
  • Veterans' Benefits: For questions on what veteran benefits NYU accepts along with instructions on how to use your VA benefits, you can visit our For Veterans page.

Please note some scholarships can not be combined. This information does not apply to our non-credit, executive & professional education programs.

For more information about tuition and scholarships for our Executive and Professional Education programs, please contact