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NY Cyber Fellowship

Scholarships Up to 75%. Open to All US Residents.

NYU Tandon School of Engineering is pleased to announce the NY Cyber Fellowship, a scholarship providing up to 75% towards our elite online cybersecurity master’s degree program. Thanks to generous support, this first of its kind program will be offered for the affordable price of $15,000 and will offer access to a hands-on virtual lab, industry mentors, curriculum designed by industry, exclusive speaker events, as well as corporate and peer mentors.

Students who wish to enroll in this exclusive program will participate in a pre-fixed part-time lock-step program, to be completed in 3 years. Students will have access to course materials and its updates 5 years after graduation.  

Up to 75%

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in savings


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Starting at


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Same program
as on-campus, with more

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Fellowship Details

Program Highlights

  • Highly technical learning environment geared towards preparing Fellows for today and tomorrow’s workforce in NYC and beyond
  • Heavily discounted (up to 75% off tuition) part-time online master's program to be completed in 3 years — View Cyber Fellowship Lockstep Curriculum
  • Access to our corporate mentorship program and speaker series
  • Exclusive internships and job opportunities from our industry partners
  • Open to US residents beginning Fall 2018 semester
  • National, global and local NYC partners from industries such as finance, government, media, and technology

Who qualifies?

All U.S. Residents applying for the online cybersecurity master’s degree program for the Fall 2018 semester. Deadline is June 1, 2018.  

How to Apply 

  • Submit your application to the online cybersecurity master’s degree. See admission requirements to see if you qualify.
  • Submit a copy of one of the following in your application or email to
    • U.S. Passport
    • U.S. birth certificate along with a government-issued photo identification document
    • Green card
    • Copy of Visa (certain visas are considered, inquire for details)
    • If employed, a letter from your Human Resources Department listing out your tuition reimbursement plans.