The New York University School of Medicine’s master’s programs are considered one of the most effective and lucrative graduate programs for paying down student loans, according to a new report.
The school’s master student debt program, the NYU Master Financial Services Graduate Program, has been cited as a top graduate program for paying out student loans in New York City.
The report, which analyzed data from the U.S. Department of Education, says that over the past five years, the program has helped graduates with debt repay $3.3 billion, or nearly one-third of all outstanding student debt.
According to the report, graduates have a median debt balance of $23,200 in the program, which is well above the national median.
The median balance in the New York School of Medical Sciences is $20,600, according the report.
Over the past two years, students have used the program to pay off $2.7 billion of their loans, or about 19 percent of their total debt.
In total, the study says, students in the master’s program have paid off $3 billion of student debt over the same period.
NYU says it is committed to investing in graduate programs that make graduates financially secure, and it’s working to expand its graduate program to make sure all students are protected against the effects of student loan debt.
NYUSM says it’s one of five universities that have joined a program that will provide a new scholarship for the next two years.
In an email, a spokesperson said that the goal is to expand NYUSMs program to cover a total of 60 graduate students and staff in five years.
The program will be launched in January 2019.
The spokesperson said the scholarship will cover tuition and fees for the first two years and a $5,000 loan for the third year.
The goal is also to increase NYUS to cover 60 students and employees over the next five years and $25,000 in annual tuition and fee funding for the final two years of the program.
“We believe that this is an important program that is designed to help our graduates and students in general pay down their student loans,” NYUS spokesman David Kroll said in a statement.
“In addition to providing a significant amount of income to our graduates, the master program will provide the financial security they need to pursue careers in the health care field and to pursue the education they are hoping for.”
The New Jersey Department of Higher Education said it has signed an agreement with NYUS for the New Jersey Master Financial Service Graduate Program to provide an additional $50,000 grant to students to cover the cost of tuition and related fees.
The Department of Human Services will be the primary agency in the future, according a spokesperson for the agency.
The deal will not affect the availability of tuition grants for students in New Jersey, the spokesperson said.
The NYUS spokesperson said they were not aware of any other universities that offer graduate programs.
New York’s graduate program has a high percentage of graduates who are in their 50s or older.
The average graduate debt balance for the program is $28,000, according NYUS.
That’s nearly half the national average.
In 2018, graduates in the NYUS program were also one of only six schools in the country that did not have at least one member of their graduating class graduate from a private school, according data from data company Fairbank.
The New Yorker is also one the only U.K. universities to report data on graduation rates for graduates from the NewYork Medical School and the NYU School of Nursing, which was the subject of a scathing report from the government agency.
NYM graduates are also among the most likely to have college debt, according Fairbank’s report.
In 2017, more than one-quarter of graduates in NewYork had debt, compared to only 19 percent nationally, according research from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.