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Undergraduate Scholarships
The Joseph Moinian Real Estate Award

The Joseph Moinian Real Estate Award is awarded to one or two graduating seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence in the course of studying real estate at Baruch College.

Congratulations to Renato Nikolla, Jonathan Pivovarov, and Samuel Stelzer, recipients of the 2014 Joseph Moinian Real Estate Award.

The Jerome S. Berg Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • be a junior or a senior,
  • be majoring in Real Estate,
  • have demonstrated financial need, and
  • achieved at least a 3.0 GPA.

The scholarship is renewable for students who continue to demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Candidates will be selected by the Department.

Congratulations to Ben Nahmani and Andrew Namdar, recipients of the 2015 Jerome S. Berg Scholarship Award.
Congratulations to David Esterman and Natallia Vasilkova,
recipients of the 2014 Jerome S. Berg Scholarship Award.

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Foundation - Undergraduate Real Estate Award

Each year, The ICSC Foundation provides scholarships to support undergraduate and graduate students in retail, real estate or a related field.

Undergraduate Real Estate Award

The ICSC Foundation is proud to announce the Undergraduate Real Estate Award Program. The award program established in 2009 will annually provide 25 $2,000.00 awards to a junior or senior enrolled in a collegiate undergraduate real estate program that demonstrates exceptional potential for a career within the retail real estate sector.

The program has two primary objectives: First, to help familiarize universities offering real estate as an undergraduate major with ICSC. And second, to build and strengthen relationships between the undergraduate real estate program and ICSC, as well as the ICSC Foundation.

This award is to be used for student tuition and related expenses. In addition, the recipient will also receive a free ICSC student membership for one year and other benefits geared to enhance their academic path.

The schools are selected on criterion such as number of ICSC student members, academic ranking, strength of real estate program, industry involvement, faculty investment and real estate clubs and conference participation.

Students are chosen by the dean of their prospective program based on overall academic and extracurricular involvement.

Any information regarding the ICSC Foundation’s $5,000 undergraduate and $10,000 graduate scholarships is available here.

Congratulations to Irving Shabot, the recipient of the 2015 International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Undergraduate Real Estate Award.

Congratulations to Michael Homapour, the recipient of the 2014 International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Undergraduate Real Estate Award.

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Foundation - Schurgin Family Foundation Scholarship

Each year, The ICSC Foundation provides scholarships to support undergraduate and graduate students in retail, real estate or a related field.

Schurgin Family Foundation Scholarship

One $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student studying retail real estate or a related field. The scholarship also covers the cost of attending the Foundation’s annual award ceremony held in conjunction with RECon: The Global Retail Real Estate Convention, often held in May in Las Vegas, NV.

Additional information can be found by clicking on the link below:

Schurgin Family Foundation Scholarship

 

Graduate Scholarships
The Department of Real Estate Advisory Board Awards

The William Newman Department of Real Estate will award several scholarships each year of up to $5,000 to eligible, full-time or part-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program or one of Zicklin’s MBA programs with a major in Real Estate, or to current Master of Science in Real Estate students or current students in one of Zicklin’s MBA programs with a major in Real Estate.

Congratulations to Slav Kuzmin, recipient of the 2015-2016 William Newman Department of Real Estate Advisory Board Scholarship Award.
Congratulations to Alexandra Coleman and Baiyue Tian, recipients of the 2014-2015 William Newman Department of Real Estate Advisory Board Scholarship Award.

Eligibility Requirements

Enrolled in:

  • Baruch College’s Master of Science in Real Estate degree program, or
  • one of Zicklin’s MBA degree programs with a major in Real Estate.

In addition,

Entering students must have achieved:

  • a GPA of at least 3.5, and
  • one of the following:
    • GMAT total score of at least 550, or
    • GRE score of at least 155 in each section.

Current students must have:

  • completed at least 12 credits in their program, and
  • an overall GPA of at least 3.6.

How to Apply

If you meet the scholarship eligibility requirements and would like to apply to the scholarship or award listed above, please submit a one page essay that concisely explains why you want to follow a career in real estate, what you hope to accomplish in the field, and why this scholarship or award is important to you.

The essay should be submitted as an e-mail attachment and sent to Margo Weaker, Director, External Relations and Student Services, at margo.weaker@baruch.cuny.edu. In the subject line, indicate the scholarship or award that you are applying. We highly recommend that you submit a completed admissions application to the Zicklin Graduate Admissions Office one month prior to the application deadline.

For more information on these and other scholarships available through the Department of Real Estate please go to the website or contact Margo Weaker at margo.weaker@baruch.cuny.edu or 646-660-6937.

Time Equities Graduate Student Merit Awards

The William Newman Department of Real Estate will award up to two awards each year of up to $5,000 to eligible, full-time or part-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College or entering one of Zicklin’s MBA programs with a major in Real Estate.

Congratulations to Matt Payne, recipient of the 2015 Time Equities Graduate Student Merit Award.

Eligibility Requirements

Enrolled in:

  • Baruch College’s Master of Science in Real Estate degree program, or
  • one of Zicklin’s MBA degree programs with a major in Real Estate.

In addition,

Students must have achieved:

  • a GPA of at least 3.5, and
  • one of the following:
    • GMAT total score of at least 550, or
    • GRE score of at least 155 in each section.

How to Apply

If you meet the scholarship eligibility requirements and would like to apply to the scholarship or award listed above, please submit a one page essay that concisely explains why you want to follow a career in real estate, what you hope to accomplish in the field, and why this scholarship or award is important to you.

The essay should be submitted as an e-mail attachment and sent to Margo Weaker, Director, External Relations and Student Services, at margo.weaker@baruch.cuny.edu. In the subject line, indicate the scholarship or award that you are applying. We highly recommend that you submit a completed admissions application to the Zicklin Graduate Admissions Office one month prior to the application deadline.

For more information on these and other scholarships available through the Department of Real Estate please go to the website or contact Margo Weaker at margo.weaker@baruch.cuny.edu or 646-660-6937.

The Cohen Family Graduate Real Estate Scholarship

The Cohen Family Real Estate scholarship will award up to $5,000 to eligible, full-time students entering the Master of Science in Real Estate degree program at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College.

Eligibility Requirements

Enrolled in:

  • Baruch College’s Master of Science in Real Estate degree program, and
  • at least 12 credit hours for the Cohen Scholarship

In addition,

Students must have achieved:

  • a undergraduate GPA of at least 3.5, and
  • GMAT total score of at least 600.

The Cohen Family Graduate Real Estate Scholarships are paid in two equal installments. The first installment will be paid in the first semester. In order to receive the second installment the student must have attained a GPA of at least 3.6 in the first term.

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Foundation - Charles Grossman Graduate Scholarship

Each year, The ICSC Foundation provides scholarships to support undergraduate and graduate students in retail, real estate or a related field.

Charles Grossman Graduate Scholarship

Two $10,000 scholarships will be awarded to graduate students that are members of ICSC and are studying a retail real estate or related curriculum. The scholarship also covers the cost of attending the Foundation’s annual award ceremony held in conjunction with RECon: The Global Retail Real Estate Convention, often held in May in Las Vegas, NV.

Additional information can be found by clicking on the link below:

Charles Grossman Graduate Scholarship

Undergraduate & Graduate Scholarships
The Real Estate Lenders Association Scholarship

The Real Estate Lenders Association has created an annual scholarship award to be given to two Baruch Real Estate Students each year in the amount of $2,500 per student.

The scholarship provides partial tuition and textbook funding assistance to students who are enrolled in a real estate program (BBA, MBA or MS) at the Zicklin School of Business/Baruch College and intend to pursue a career in real estate finance.

One graduate and one undergraduate student will be selected by the Department of Real Estate/Zicklin School of Business according to the selection criteria below.  Scholarship recipients will be provided free attendance to all RELA breakfasts and are encouraged to attend.

Congratulations to Alexandra Tverdokhlib and Ben Nahmani, recipients of the 2015-2016 Real Estate Lenders Association Scholarship Award.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • be a senior in the BBA real estate program or a student in the MBA or MS programs,
  • intend to pursue careers in real estate finance,
  • write a statement demonstrating their commitment to commercial real estate, and
  • maintain at least a 3.2 GPA.

For more information on RELA, go to: http://www.rela.org/index.php/en/

Joanne C. Wittlin Memorial Scholarship

To honor Joanne Wittlin’s memory, a scholarship has been established in her name by her friends and family. The scholarship will be used to bring talented young people into the real estate industry through financial support to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in The William Newman Department of Real Estate /Zicklin’s real estate programs.

Congratulations to Dan Dembek, recipient of the 2015 Joanne C. Wittlin Memorial Scholarship.
Congratulations to Yujing Yin, recipient of the 2014 Joanne C. Wittlin Memorial Scholarship.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • be a junior or a senior year undergraduate or an MBA or MS student in good standing enrolled at Zicklin/Baruch College,
  • be majoring in Real Estate, and
  • achieved at least a 3.2 GPA.
WX (Women Executives in Real Estate) Scholarships

WX New York Women Executives in Real Estate is an invitation-only association of senior-level women actively engatouged in the commercial real estate industry in New York. WX's diverse membership includes owners, developers, architects, engineers, bankers, and lawyers.

Congratulations to Angel Lin, the recipient of the 2014 WX Scholarship Award for Baruch College.

 

“As a recipient of the WX scholarship, I have found in the WX community the support and inspiration I needed as I begin the pursuit of my career in real estate.  In addition to the financial assistance the WX scholarship has offered me, the greatest benefits I have received from it is the opportunity to interact with prominent female executives, who have used their knowledge and experience to assist me with career guidance.  The WX scholarship is a great opportunity for young women to support their advancement in the real estate field. “
-Misotis Cruz, WX Scholarship Recipient 2012

“In recent years I have learned that opportunity and networking are vital for anyone who is looking to cultivate their career and to develop their professional brand.  Being a member of WX provides you with that opportunity and access to a strong network of women.

The women of WX are made up of an invitation only membership.  That speaks volumes about the prestige of the members.  These are women who are entrepreneurs and corporate professionals and women who have a wealth of talent and experience in the area of real estate.

I encourage young women who desire to have a career in the field of real estate to take advantage of the WX scholarship.  The network and the opportunities of the WX scholarship are too invaluable not to.”
-Pam Burke, WX Scholarship Recipient 2011

Additional information can be found by clicking on the links below:
WX Scholarship
WX 2015-2016 Scholarship Application

Association of Real Estate Women (AREW) Charitable Fund Scholarship

This scholarship provides support to undergraduate or graduate students specializing in real estate who expect to pursue a career in real estate. The scholarship is to be applied to tuition costs and fees. Recipient will be invited to attend AREW functions. The scholarship may be split between two students.

Congratulations to Santoshi Botha, the recipient of the 2015-2016 AREW Charitable Fund Scholarship recipient for Baruch College.
Congratulations to Alexandra Tverdokhlib, the recipient of the 2014-2015 AREW Charitable Fund Scholarship recipient for Baruch College.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate or graduate student, specializing in real estate,
  • Expects to pursue a career in real estate,
  • have demonstrated financial need, and
  • achieved at least a 3.0 GPA.

Applicants who have graduated from a New York City public high school are preferable.

CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Network and CREW Foundation Scholarship

CREW Network Foundation exists to influence the success of the commercial real estate industry by advancing the achievements of women.

REWARDING BENEFITS!

  • $5,000 (tuition and books)
  • Paid internship opportunity (summer of 2017)
  • Free CREW Network student at-large membership (18 months)
  • Matched with a CREW Network member eMentor
  • Free registration to the 2016 CREW Network Convention & Marketplace

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE?

  • must be a female
  • must have a minimum 3.0 GPA (4.0 scale)
  • must be a citizen of the U.S. or Canada
  • must be a full-time junior, senior or graduate student (2016-17 academic year)
  • must be in an accredited real estate program, college or university
  • intent is to pursue a career in commercial real estate
  • focus of study included in our qualified fields of commercial real estate (see list below)

CONSIDER A CAREER IN ONE OF THESE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE FIELDS:

  • Accounting Acquisitions/Dispositions Appraisal
  • Brokerage
  • Commercial Insurance
  • Commercial Lending
  • Construction Mgmt/General Contracting
  • Consulting
  • Corporate Real Estate Cost Segregation Economic Development
  • Education Engineering Environmental CRE Executive
  • Facility Management
  • Finance
  • CRE Human Resources
  • Interior Design/Space Planning Investment Management Investor Relations
  • Land Use Planning and Zoning
  • Land Surveying
  • Law
  • Market Research
  • Program Management/Project Management
  • Property Management
  • Public Sector
  • Quasi-Governmental Transportation & Port Authoritie
  • Real Estate Development Relocation Services, Corporate Risk Management
  • Title/Escrow

Ten (10) scholarships awarded  | Applications open annually from Jan. 1 - Apr. 30
Visit www.crewnetwork.org for complete details.

Mortgage Bankers Association of New York Scholarship

This scholarship provides partial tuition and textbook funding assistance to students who are studying in the Real Estate programs and intend to pursue a career in real estate.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicants must:

  • be a junior or senior in the BBA real estate program or MBA or MS real estate program students
  • intend to pursue real estate careers
  • write a statement demonstrating their commitment to commercial real estate
  • maintain 3.2 GPA.

Candidates shall be selected by the Department of Real Estate/Zicklin School of Business.

Mortgage Bankers Association of New York Scholarship Foundation

Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Association of New York - David Winoker Scholarship

We are pleased to offer students currently focused on real estate the following scholarship opportunity in the name of David Winoker, a former member of the YMWREA:

A $5,000 scholarship, which will go toward tuition, to be awarded to the student meeting the following criteria:

  • An undergraduate or graduate student in high academic standing (3.3 GPA and higher)
  • With a declared major in real estate; and
  • Demonstrates charitable or community service involvement.

Please submit to jvacker@merprop.com no later than November 15, 2016.

  • Resume specifically identifying:
    • Major in real estate
    • Minor (if any)
    • GPA
  • An unofficial copy of college transcript
  • A cover letter by the candidate
  • A description of charitable or community service involvement (max 1 page)
Durst Family Scholarship
  • Yaniv Cohen
This scholarship will be allocated to two outstanding undergraduate students and two graduate students majoring in real estate and maintaining a 3.2 GPA. The Department of Real Estate will select the candidate.
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