Admissions

For more information about the admissions process and to submit an application, please see the "Admissions FAQ" and "GSAS Application Resource Center" links at the right. More information about our program such as degree requirements, course descriptions, and faculty profiles may be found throughout our website. If you have any questions about the program or the admissions process that are not addressed on either of these two pages, please contact us at ir.masters@nyu.edu.

Applications for Fall 2017 are closed. Prospective students can now apply for Spring 2018 admission. The application deadline is November 1, 2017. To apply, please visit the GSAS website here.

Applications to the MA program in International Relations are accepted for the Fall and Spring semesters only. Applications to the joint MA program in International Relations and Journalism are accepted for the Fall semester only.

Students interested in applying to the MA in IR programs must do so through the Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS). The deadline to apply for Fall admission is January 4. The deadline to apply for Spring is November 1.

Prospective students to the joint MA program with Journalism need only submit one application, but should review the special instructions for applying to the joint program. The deadline to apply for Fall admission is January 4.

For more information about the admissions process and to submit an application, please see the "Admissions FAQs" and "GSAS Application Resource Center" links at the right. If you have questions about the program or the admissions process that are not addressed on either of these two pages, please contact us at ir.masters@nyu.edu.

Each year the Program in International Relations receives many more applications for our MA-degree program than available seats. As such, applicants are highly encouraged to apply by the Graduate School's deadline of January 4th for Fall admission and November 1st for Spring admission. IR at NYU is a small program—focused on our students with the goal of producing quality graduates, rather than quantity. Therefore, we keep the number of students we take quite low to ensure the level of quality and personal attention that defines the MA in IR at New York University.