Win a Scholarship for The New School in New York City

For the third year in a row, The New School is providing students across the globe with a unique opportunity to use their skills and knowledge to win a scholarship for five of...

For the third year in a row, The New School is providing students across the globe with a unique opportunity to use their skills and knowledge to win a scholarship for five of their undergraduate divisions.

Until 1 February 2015, international applicants interested in beginning undergraduate studies in fall 2015 are able to enter The New School’s scholarship competition and apply to their chosen participating division at the university. The five options are: Parsons The New School for Design (either NYC or Paris campus), Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, The New School for Drama, The New School for Jazz & Contemporary Music, and Mannes College The New School for Music. Ten scholarships will be awarded in total (one full- and one partial-tuition scholarship for each of the five schools).

Who can enter the competition?

The New School’s scholarship competition is open to students around the globe who will begin their undergraduate studies in fall 2015. High school students graduating after summer 2015 are also welcome to participate in the competition, win a chance to win one of five iPad minis.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Register for the competition.
  2. Answer the multiple-choice questions.
  3. Submit a video explaining “Why You Are New School”.
  4. Apply to your chosen division of The New School.

Applicants will be judged according to their performance in the quizzes as well as the quality of their video presentations. The winning submission to each division of The New School will be awarded a full-tuition scholarship; second prize winners will win a partial-tuition scholarship.

Deadline: February 1, 2015

Apply to the scholarship competition now: www.thenewschoolcompetition.com

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