New York School Of Interior Design

NYSID

Admissions

  • application fee of $60
  • a roughly full page essay about why you are applying to the college
  • you need an official transcript of your high-school graduation
  • maybe a letter of recompilation
  • a basic portfolio

Tuition


  • Tuition per semester; 14,640
  • MFA-1 qualifying workshop; $976
  • Cost per credit; $976
  • Housing- $16,000
  • Living Expenses- $5,000
  • Transportation- $1,500
  • Books and Supplies- $1,500
  • Personal Expenses- $2,000

Extra Costs

Housing; 16,000

living expenses; 5,000

transportaion; 1,500

books and supplies; 1,500

personal expenses; 2,000

Activities

there are many mueseumms like The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick Collection, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim, the Museum of Arts and Design, and Sotheby’s; and design hubs like the Decoration & Design Building and the New York Design Center. Antique stores, galleries, and museums surround and inspire NYSID students.

Scholarships

President's Merit Scholarship

This intuitional scholarship is awarded to incoming students that show exceptional potential in the study of interior design.

Chairman's Merit Scholarship

This intuitional scholarship is awarded to incoming students that show exceptional potential in the study of interior design.

After College

I would like to finish with a BA-The Bachelor of Arts in History of the Interior and the Decorative Arts allows students to graduate with an undergraduate degree in the liberal arts and a specialization in the decorative arts and the history of the interior. Graduates go on to work in museums, auction houses, and galleries, as well as in design journalism.