Admissions

Data journalism students learning at Bloomberg in a class led by Sandeep Junnarkar.

We know that you have many questions: What sets us apart from other J-Schools? What can I do with a master’s degree in journalism? Will graduate school come at an unrealistic cost? The short answer to that last question is no.

Start by contacting our admissions team. They’re your guide to exploring Newmark J-School further.


Request more information about our programs:

Preferred year of enrollment(Required)

Start Here

Dates Snapshot

The $75 application fee is waived for anyone submitting the Fall 2024 application by March 16, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. Scholarship opportunities are available, yet limited, for applications completed after the priority deadline (January 16). We strongly recommend completing your application as early as possible to take advantage of remaining scholarship opportunities. All applications must be complete, including the admissions exam. Click the link below to learn more.

Apply Now

Attend an Information Session or Virtual Drop-in

The Admissions team hosts virtual information and drop-in sessions throughout the semester. You’re invited to attend an information session to learn more about our exciting programs; meet with faculty, current students and the admissions team. Can’t make an information session? You’re welcome to attend a virtual drop-in to get your questions answered.

Attend a Session

Scholarship Opportunities

The Newmark J-School offers a number of general and interest-based scholarships. Scholarship opportunities are available, yet limited for applications completed after the priority deadline (January 16). We strongly encourage completing your application as early as possible to take advantage of remaining scholarship opportunities. Click the link below to view the full list of full-tuition and partial scholarship opportunities.

SCHOLARSHIPS