New York University’s new postgraduate education degree, Imperial Postgraduate Education (IMED), has been awarded a $4.9 million, four-year grant from the National Science Foundation.
The $4,921,000 is the largest of its kind awarded to a postgraduate degree in US academic research.
It comes after the National Institutes of Health awarded $3.3 million in research funding to the university in the first of what it said was a series of major grants this year.
The new degree will open up opportunities for international students, including students from the US, to get hands-on experience in US research.
New York University has long been a national leader in the field of postgraduate training, and has recently launched a graduate degree program that is focused on language and social science research.
But the new program, which will take place in New York City, will be the largest ever for the city university, which currently offers a degree in international studies.
The postgraduate program will offer students a mix of undergraduate and graduate courses in languages and social sciences, from international language study and linguistics to the history of the United States and international relations.
“This is a big deal,” said James Susskind, director of the University’s Institute for Postgraduate Learning.
“It gives students the opportunity to work with world-class scholars from the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, and other countries.”
There is an opportunity for internationalization at the university, because there are a lot of countries where we could not be more welcoming to students from other countries.
“We will work with students and scholars from other parts of the world to further our knowledge and engage in international dialogue.””
Our relationship with the United Nations has been built on an understanding of the interconnections between countries, and we believe this program is a way to strengthen those connections,” he said.
“We will work with students and scholars from other parts of the world to further our knowledge and engage in international dialogue.”
New York City has long seen itself as a leader in postgraduate research.
A postgraduate student program has been offered there since 1995.
In 2011, the university partnered with the New York-based language institute, the Institute for Global Linguistics (IGL), to launch an undergraduate degree program in languages.
It also partnered with a major academic institution, the University of Chicago, to create a postdoctoral fellowship in the areas of language and anthropology.
The University of Pennsylvania’s English department has also partnered on a post graduate degree, which it opened in 2017.
The university also recently partnered with other institutions, including the University at Buffalo, to launch a new graduate degree in language and international studies, with an emphasis on Latin American languages.
The IMED program will be administered by New York State University, the nation’s largest university system.
New York also has a small program in which students earn an undergraduate and a master’s degree.
But the school has yet to make any decision about whether to offer a graduate program.