Fully Funded PhD in Education at New York University
New York University (NYU) in New York City offers 21 different fully funded PhD programs in Education. Award packages cover the full payment of tuition and a yearly living stipend. Students are mentored by a scholarly and supportive community dedicated to the art and science of pedagogy.
All PhDs go through core courses and then select a concentration on which to write their dissertation. Students will work closely with a research advisor as they complete their dissertation and will have access to NYU’s resources as they research their thesis.
Please see website for the 21 focus areas in Education.
- Bilingual Education
- Childhood Education
- Early Childhood Education
- Education and Jewish Studies
- Educational Communication and Technology
- Educational Leadership
- Educational Theatre
- English Education
- Environmental Conservation Education
- Higher and Postsecondary Education
- History of Education
- International Education
- Literacy Education
- Math Education
- Music Education
- Music Therapy
- Nutrition and Dietetics
- Psychology and Social Intervention
- Science Education
- Social Studies Education
- Sociology of Education
- Special Education
- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Doctoral applicants are required to possess a master’s degree in a related area with a minimum GPA of 3.3.
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PhD Funding Coverage
The standard Steinhardt Fellowship package includes an annual stipend, tuition remission for required course work, and student health insurance through your fifth year. The fellowship is reserved for full-time doctoral students. The current stipend is $32,000.
Some doctoral students may be appointed to a Research Assistantship. Research Assistants are funded by external grants and work with a principal investigator on a funded research project.
Unlike Steinhardt Fellows, Research Assistants agree to work 20 hours per week on an ongoing research project, typically with a team of faculty and other students.
Research Assistants may not perform additional work assignments such as teaching or grading. For the duration of the assistantship, Research Assistants receive funding that includes a stipend, tuition remission for required course work, and student health insurance.
1. Résumé/CV: You are required to upload a copy of your most recent résumé or curriculum vitae as part of your application.
2. Statement of Purpose: You are required to upload a typed, double-spaced, two- to three-page statement explaining your purpose in undertaking graduate study in this particular program as part of your application. This is your opportunity to introduce yourself and to inform the admissions committee about your goals, interests, and career plans as they relate to your intended academic pursuits.
3. Writing Sample: As part of your application, you are are required to submit an academic writing sample – a course paper or its equivalent – that demonstrates your writing and analytic abilities. The sample should be no more than 20 pages and does not need to display a knowledge of education.
4. Letters of Recommendation: Submit three letters of recommendation. Be sure to request them well in advance of the deadline.
5. Transcripts: Upload one official copy of transcripts from every postsecondary school you have attended or are attending. Make sure to request them in advance of the deadline.
6. GRE: Not required.
7. Proficiency in English: NYU Steinhardt requires official scores from one of the following English language exams to be received in the Office of Graduate Admissions by the application deadline; there is no preference as to which exam you take.
- PTE Academic
- Duolingo English Test