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Admission to the Master of Science in Quantitative Economics (MQE) is competitive, successful candidates to the Quantitative Economics, MS must have the following:

Admission Criteria

●      Official undergraduate and/or graduate transcripts from any college(s) or universities you have attended. Unofficial transcripts may be submitted through the online application for initial review to start the admission process

●      Bachelor's degree(s) with a minimum overall 3.3 GPA (4.0 GPA in quantitative coursework including: multivariate calculus or its equivalent, basic linear algebra, advanced calculus, real analysis, or equivalent) from an accredited institution, where all earned degree credits were received towards the degree

●      Official GRE score results for verbal, quantitative and writing (no minimum score requirement) (MQE code: 0067)

●      Official TOEFL score result is required for international applicants who have completed a bachelor's degree from an institution in a non-English-speaking country. (MQE code: 1698)

●      Résumé

●      Personal Statement (a brief 2–5 pages) describing your goals in pursuing graduate study in economics at Yeshiva University

●      Two professional and/or academic recommendation letters (can be requested through online application)

 

Admissions Process:

The following outlines the Yeshiva University admission process:

●      Submit completed online application

●      Submit all supporting documents

●      Submit test score(s)

●      Mail $55 non-refundable application fee payable to Yeshiva University:

Yeshiva University

Attention: Micah Thomas

Graduate Program in Quantitative Economics

500 West 185 Street

New York, NY 10033

Deadlines: 

Early Action: February 1, 2017

Regular Decision: April 26, 2017

Tuition and fees

For the academic year 2016-2017, tuition is set at $1,200/credit, or $36,000. A nonrefundable deposit of $4,000 must accompany the acceptance of the admission offer. Admitted students will have to pay a registration fee of $125 and a graduation fee of $150. Tuition waivers are available under certain conditions. For details, waiver application forms and information on financial assistance, please review the Office of Student Finance Web site. Notice: in the additional information section of the online application you must indicate whether you have a source of financing for your graduate studies at Yeshiva University, its amount, and whether or not your acceptance of an admission will be conditional to receiving financial aid from us.