New York University - Hospitality Ranking 2017

New York UniversityRanked
7
in the USA
New York University is a very large not-for-profit gay-friendly college offering a number of disciplines along with hospitality programs and located in New York City, New York. The school was opened in 1831 and is currently offering bachelor's, certificates, and master's degrees in 2 hospitality programs.

New York University is extremely expensive - depending on the program, tuition cost varies around $49,000 per year. According to recent data analysis, New York University area is relatively safe - the school is reported to have a fair rating for on-campus crime.

New York University hospitality program ranks in Top 10 in USA and The Second Best in New York. Major competitors for this college are Cornell University in Ithaca and University of Delaware in Newark. See the details about all twelve competing hospitality colleges and list of available hospitality majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

The Second Best Hospitality School in New York
The Third Best Hospitality School in The Northeast
Ranked #7 Hospitality School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of New York Ranking

The Best Tourism Management School
The Second Best Hotel Management School
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The Northeast Regional Ranking

The Best Tourism Management School
The Second Best Hotel Management School
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USA National Ranking

The Second Best Tourism Management School
Ranked #4 Hotel Management School
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Also, check how New York University is ranking among graduate schools and gay-friendly colleges in New York.

Contact information:

New York University
70 Washington Sq South
New York City, NY 10012-1091
Phone: (212) 998-1212

Location map:

New York University Location Map


Hospitality majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Hotel Administration and Management

Postbaccalaureate certificate

Hotel Administration and Management
Tourism and Travel Services Management

Master's degree

Hotel Administration and Management
Tourism and Travel Services Management

Local competitors:

Cornell University - Hospitality School Ranking
Cornell University

Ithaca, NY, 3 hospitality programs

University of Delaware - Hospitality School Ranking
University of Delaware

Newark, DE, 3 hospitality programs

Temple University - Hospitality School Ranking
Temple University

Philadelphia, PA, 2 hospitality programs

Johnson & Wales University Providence - Hospitality School Ranking
Johnson & Wales University Providence

Providence, RI, 10 hospitality programs

University of Massachusetts Amherst - Hospitality School Ranking
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Amherst, MA, 5 hospitality programs

CUNY New York City College of Technology - Hospitality School Ranking
CUNY New York City College of Technology

Brooklyn, NY, 2 hospitality programs

Boston University - Hospitality School Ranking
Boston University

Boston, MA, 2 hospitality programs

Drexel University - Hospitality School Ranking
Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA, 6 hospitality programs

New York Institute of Technology - Hospitality School Ranking
New York Institute of Technology

Old Westbury, NY, 1 hospitality program

Culinary Institute of America - Hospitality School Ranking
Culinary Institute of America

Hyde Park, NY, 1 hospitality program

Monroe College - Hospitality School Ranking
Monroe College

Bronx, NY, 2 hospitality programs

SUNY College of Technology at Delhi - Hospitality School Ranking
SUNY College of Technology

Delhi, NY, 6 hospitality programs

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