Average GRE Scores – Harvard School of Engineering

By Raghuram Sukumar Universities Edit

I found this interesting data in Harvard University’s Schools of Engineering and Applied Sciences about Average GRE Scores, Admission Enrollment, Selectivity.

Above all last section lists colleges selected by students who were admitted to Harvard.

Graduate Enrollment

  • Total graduate engineering enrollment: 416
  • Master’s degree full-time: 18
  • Master’s degree part-time: 7
  • Ph.D. full-time: 391

By Degree & Major

Note: Numbers are approximate (depending on time of declaration of field).

  • Applied Mathematics: 24
  • Applied Physics: 138
  • Computer Science: 68
  • Engineering Sciences: 185

By Gender (all degrees)

  • Women: 104 (25%)
  • Men: 312 (75%)

By Race/Ethnicity/Nationality

  • African American: 3
  • Asian American/Pacific: 44
  • Hispanic American: 9
  • Native American: 0
  • Foreign National: 185

Number of Applicants

  • Total applicants (master’s and Ph.D.): 1,331
  • Total acceptances: 199
  • Overall acceptance rate: 15%

Average Scores

  • Average GPA: 3.80
  • Average GRE Verbal Score: 566
  • Average GRE Quantitative Score: 782
  • Average GRE Analytical Score: 4.3
  • TOEFL required for international students: Yes
  • Minimum TOEFL score required for computer test: 213
  • Minimum TOEFL score required for paper test: 550

Top Cross Over Programs

Accepted students in engineering and applied sciences who chose not to attend Harvard, most commonly went to:

  • Stanford University
  • MIT
  • UC-Berkeley
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Columbia University
  • Cambridge University (UK)
  • Johns Hopkins
  • University of Pennsylvania

Source of Above Data

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