Admissions and Financial Support
Who Should Apply
The AOSM PhD program lies within the Mathematics Department and is a closely-related sister program to the PhD in Mathematics. Therefore the ideal candidate should have a strong background in mathematics, as well as physics and/or engineering, coupled with a sincere interest in the dynamics that underly planetary climates.
Please refer to the AOSM Degree Requirements page for further information on coursework, examinations and other aspects of the program.
How to Apply
To apply to the AOSM PhD program, go to the NYU GSAS Application Resource Center for complete information on applying to graduate programs at NYU, and for a link to the online application form. All applications are due by January 4.
Please note that applicants must take a GRE Subject exam in either Mathematics or Physics. While we do make exceptions to this requirement, your application will be at a disadvantage without it.
Please also see the Application and Admissions Policies for the Mathematics Ph.D. Program; these requirements also apply to the AOSM PhD program.
All AOSM PhD students are supported for up to five years by MacCracken Fellowships, which cover tuition, registration fees and the NYU individual comprehensive health insurance plan. MacCracken funding also provides a competitive nine-month stipend to cover the expenses of living in New York City. During the summer, AOSM PhD students generally receive faculty grant funding to continue research. Students are also encouraged to apply for external fellowships; a list may be found at the Department of Mathematics Financial Aid Policies page.
For questions about the details of the AOSM PhD program and admissions requirements, please email our current Director of Graduate Studies at email@example.com.