Zicklin Graduate Admissions
Baruch College is part of a tradition that dates back more than 160 years to the founding of the Free Academy, the very first free public institution of higher education in the nation. Today the Zicklin School of Business is perhaps the oldest and certainly the largest school of Business in the United States. The experience you will receive here provides the perfect combination of high-quality academics, program variety and affordability for students striving to excel in today's competitive business world. With students from over 166 countries, speaking 110 languages and with a 43% female population, the Zicklin School of Business offers a very diverse community from which to study. Our scholarship, research, and career services are intertwined with New York City's vibrant business landscape.
Additional reasons to apply
- Executives on Campus (EOC) – Baruch offers the most robust executive mentoring programming available at any of the NYC metropolitan area universities with mentors from a wide variety of business fields. We have dedicated full time and part time staff working with students to pair them up with executive mentors in long-term and short-term mentoring programs. To hear about one of the many mentoring programs we offer, please spend a few minutes with us at our “Mentor for an Evening” program.
- Disabilities Assistance Program – Our Office of Services for Students with Disabilities was the first in CUNY and amongst the first in the nation to offer “Assistive Technology” a leading effort which supports students as they strive to achieve their educational, professional, and personal goals. Schools nationwide look at our program as an example for building their program.
- The Graduate Career Management Center (GCMC) The Graduate Career Management Center (GCMC)provides graduate students and alumni with the tools and resources necessary to successfully manage their careers, while building relationships between employers and the Baruch community to help develop talent pipelines.