Once you’ve submitted your application, you’ll receive an email with a link to upload the following documents into our application portal.
Résumé or curriculum vitae (CV)
Updated to reflect your most recent pursuits.
Statement of Purpose
(2-3 pages typed, double spaced) explaining your purpose in undertaking graduate study in the EMAT residency program. This is your opportunity to introduce yourself and inform the admissions committee/partner schools about your goals, interests, and career plans as they relate to the EMAT program and becoming a certified teacher.
Letters of Recommendation
from people who know you and can comment on your academic and professional qualifications as they relate to your interests in becoming a teacher. Choose people most familiar with your former or current studies, research interests, or work, and avoid recommendations of a personal nature. If you’ve been out of school for some time, you can provide a recommendation from an employer or supervisor. Be sure to request these letters well in advance of the deadline.
You may use unofficial copies of your transcripts from your undergraduate and any graduate work during the admissions committee review process. Please send these directly to your enrollment specialist via email. A Transcript Release Form must be completed to initiate the process of requesting your official transcripts from your schools.
Submit your Application Fee
Once you have successfully submitted your admissions documents and before your completed application can be reviewed by the NYU Admissions Committee, the $75 application fee is needed. If the fee poses a financial hardship, you will be able to indicate that.