Apply to NY

Image of UTNY with orange overlay
Apply to UTNY

Applying to UTNY


UTNY is open to ALL UT Austin students in good academic standing who have completed at least 30 hours by the beginning of the semester they plan to attend. These 30 hours do not have to be in-residence credit and may include hours taken at another institution.

We require all sophomores to participate in a virtual interview with the UTNY program manager to determine marketability for competitive internship opportunities in NYC. 

Students must also meet their respective department’s or school’s internship prerequisites.


The online application is available for a set time for each application period. A resume and essay question are required as part of the application. 

An optional scholarship essay question is available for students who want to talk specifically about their financial need and how it applies to participation in the program.

Before applying, students are encouraged to talk with their academic advisor and have their resume reviewed by their respective career services office.

Program Costs

UTNY classes are in-residence, so students should be prepared to pay normal UT tuition for their academic credits and coursework and a fixed UTNY program fee. 

In addition, students pay for their own housing. They should also budget for necessary living expenses such as food, transportation, and entertainment.

In most cases, tuition assistance programs (Texas Tomorrow, Hazelwood, etc.) may be used toward participation in UTNY.



Summer 2021

Fall 2021

Application deadline

December 1, 2020

March 1, 2021


Semester dates




Tuition (estimated, varies by student)




Program fee




Financial Aid

Students utilizing financial aid can apply their aid toward participation in UTNY. Similar to study abroad programs, a student’s financial aid package may be adjusted to cover the additional costs associated with attending UTNY.

Students with questions about how financial aid works alongside participation in UTNY should contact Financial Aid.


There are a limited number of UTNY scholarships available for students participating in the UTNY Program. These scholarships vary by college and in most cases, a separate scholarship application is not required.

In addition, UTNY students can use any college/departmental scholarship (not directly associated with UTNY) toward participation in the program.

Scholarship questions should be directed to the scholarship administration personnel in the student’s home college.

The College of Fine Arts Scholarship Opportunities

The College of Fine Arts is pleased to offer UTNY scholarships supported by the Meredith and Cornelia Long Internship Fund. Each semester, the College of Fine Arts will award several scholarships in the amount of $6,000 to offset the UTNY program fee. Students must be an undergraduate with a major in the College of Fine Arts and demonstrate financial need in order to be eligible to receive the scholarship.

Visit UTNY Fine Arts


McCombs School of Business

McCombs School of Business is pleased to offer UTNY scholarships supported by a generous donation from an anonymous donor. Each semester, the McCombs School of Business will award several scholarships of up to $6,000 to offset the UTNY program fee. Students must be an undergraduate with a major in the McCombs School of Business and demonstrate financial need in order to be eligible to receive the scholarship.

Summer 2021 Deadline

December 1, 2020

Apply now

Upcoming Information Sessions

4 p.m. central

  • Thursday, November 19

Upcoming Lunch & Learns

12 p.m. central

  • Liberal Arts: Nov 9 and Nov 16
  • School of Advertising & Public Relations: Nov 10
  • McCombs School of Business: Nov 11 and Nov 19
  • School of Journalism & Media: Nov 17
  • Theater & Dance: Nov 18

Register today

Spring 2021 Important Dates

  • January 15, 2021: Student orientation
  • January 19, 2021: First Day of Spring 2021 Semester

Fall 2021 Deadline

March 1, 2021

Katie in New York City UTNY

Girls on the Brooklyn Bridge UTNY



"One belongs to New York instantly, one belongs to it as much in five minutes as in five years."

~ Tom Wolfe