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What is the cost of living in New York for an Associate and graduate International student?

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Question by khadijah: What is the cost of living in New York for an Associate and graduate International student?
I am planning on going to a Fashion School in New York and have no idea as to the living expenses. This will be my first visit to New York so its going to be kind of new to me. Any tips?

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Answer by Shaljan A
The cost for Tuition Fees for international students varies from $ 5000 to $ 30000 per year. The cost of living in USA depends on location. For example States like Washington, California and area around New York is expensive.

In general, students from countries like India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, China, Vietnam, Taiwan – the cost of living may vary from $ 4000 to $ 9000.

It is assumed that students will live in shared Apartments, Live out of Campus and have less Telephone bills and other expenses are at bay. Most of (nearly) all expenses can be met while working on campus Jobs. The hourly pay for on Campus jobs Pay from $ 5.15 to $ 15 per hour. Foreign Students can work for 20 hrs per week and 40 hrs per week during summer. Students may be allowed to work out of campus (Internship) after nine months of their arrival at the university.

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2 thoughts on “What is the cost of living in New York for an Associate and graduate International student?

  1. yeanglik says:

    this depends on NY living cost. please ask yr university to counsel you

  2. RoaringMice says:

    Congratulations. NY is the capital of fashion in N. America, and one of the fashion capitals of the world. The opportunities you’ll get by studying here can’t be matched elsewhere. Nice job.

    Which school? FIT? Parsons? Other?

    New York is quite expensive relative to the rest of N. America, but it’s far cheaper than western Europe. People from London and Japan come here and think everything is so cheap! People from Krakow come here and can’t believe the expense.

    Most students find apartment shares, or live in residence halls/dorms, to keep their costs down. Your school should be able to help you find housing. And as in any other city, there are expensive ways to live, and those that are less so. There are always ways to save money.

    Since I don’t know where you’re coming from, I can’t tell you how cost of living compares. So I’ll link to a couple of resources that may help you a bit, if you know a city in the US that’s roughly comparable to your home city in terms of cost of living. And to give you an idea, in NYC, the average apartment rental, 1 bedroom, Manhattan: $ 2500/month, not including utilities. So you can see that many students share, or live in outer boroughs or in certain areas of Manhattan which tend to be cheaper.

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