Application Process for GCNYC’s Master’s Programs
At Glasgow Caledonian New York College (GCNYC), we offer three specialized master’s degrees focused on social impact and sustainability while fostering industry-wide change through applied research. Our learning experience allows concepts to be felt as well as understood, where the importance of social impact isn’t just talked about but lived out, where students aren’t just personally transformed but become transformative in their workplaces.
Within our walls, our communities, and our cities, we are empowering movers, shakers, dreamers and difference makers, leading alongside each other to arrive at powerful, sustainable change.
Applying to GCNYC is the first step to pursuing your passion for social impact and sustainability for the Common Good and transforming your career.
Our application process is the same for in-person and online modalities.
At GCNYC, we believe that a college education is an investment for a brighter future. Our institutional commitment to furthering our ‘For the Common Good’ mission and our equally strong desire to build a diverse academic community made of passionate students means that GCNYC makes every reasonable attempt to help qualified students.
Common Good Scholarships
We are proud to offer merit-based Common Good scholarships up to $10,000. In addition to the standard admission requirements outlined below, a scholarship essay is required. The essay should discuss at least two United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how you plan on moving these goals forward in your professional and personal life.
Eva Haller Scholarship
Financing your studies can be challenging and we continue to offer financial aid opportunities to alleviate some of the burden. We are very excited to offer the Eva Haller Scholarship, a prestigious need-based scholarship that is awarded to one incoming student per term in the amount of $5,000.
Eva Haller is a Hungarian-American philanthropist, activist, and executive. Born in 1930 in Budapest, Hungary, in 1942, she joined her older brother underground in the Hungarian resistance where she created anti-Hitler leaflets and remained in hiding throughout World War II. A dedicated activist, Eva has served as a member of the boards of many non-profits, including the Jane Goodall Institute and Women for Women International. Eva has received numerous Humanitarian Awards in the USA and throughout the world, including the inaugural Award for Excellence in Mentoring at the Forbes Women’s Summit in March, 2013. Eva Haller received an Honorary Doctorate from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014.
In addition to the standard admission requirements outlined below, a scholarship essay and interview are required. The Eva Haller Scholarship will be awarded to those who demonstrate financial need. The essay should discuss how this scholarship will make a difference to you.
Master of Science Degree Admission Requirements
The Admissions Team at Glasgow Caledonian New York College holistically reviews all applications. The following criteria will help you understand our admissions process and the types of information you are required to submit.