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This policy is intended to ensure proper stewardship of University funds by providing guidelines for their appropriate use, and outlining procedures that will help members of the University community comply with all applicable rules and regulations. This policy applies to any member of the University community who initiates, processes, approves, or records financial transactions that involve University funds. This policy does not apply to externally sponsored agreements that are governed by the Sponsored Programs Administration Handbook and administered by the Office of Sponsored Programs and Post Award Administration. Business expenses may take the form of direct payments to individuals or organizations that provide the University with goods or services, or reimbursements to University employees for costs they incur on behalf of the University.
The full-time MBA program is for 2 years, with a new co-curriculum designed to help MBAs become adept at impacting, understanding, and driving change. The Change: Studio is designed for students in the 2-year MBA program to prepare for careers by developing confidence and skills to thrive in a world of constant ambiguity and change. NYU Stern MBA program has also received STEM designation which will allow its international graduates a chance to extend their stay by 24 months over the 12 months that is currently offered.
We support entrepreneurs at all stages of their venture. Discover how we equip the entire NYU community with the skills to launch and grow sustainable businesses. Learn more about the programs and services we offer to help NYU entrepreneurs develop their ventures. Current students, alumni, faculty, researchers, and staff from any NYU school are encouraged to take advantage of these resources!