Cost of Attending Top 10 Engineering Schools in USA

Graduate school is expensive in USA.  Do you know how much it costs in Tuition fees to attend Top 10 Engineering Graduate Schools in USA?

Tuition Fees can be varies from 15,102 – per year to $41,220 per year.

Looking at the data from US News Top Graduate School Rankings information, you can find the cost of attending top engineering schools in USA.

Top 10 Graduate Engineering Schools in USA

  1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  2. Stanford University
  3. University of California Berkeley
  4. Georgia Institute of Technology
  5. University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign
  6. Carnegie Mellon University
  7. California Institute of Technology
  8.  University of Texas at Austin
  9. University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
  10. Cornell University

Cost of top Engineering Schools

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • Students
    •     2,672 – enrolled (full-time)
    •     5 –  enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition – 38,940  per year (full-time)

Stanford University

  • Students
    • 3,267- enrolled (full-time)
    •  305 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition – $41,220 per year (full-time)

University of California–Berkeley

  • Students
    • 1,713 – enrolled (full-time)
    • 46 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    • $9,402 – per year (full-time)
    • $15,102 – per year (full-time)

 

Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Students
    • 3,705 – enrolled (full-time)
    • 902 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    • $8,636 – In-State per year (full-time)
    • $26,204 – Out of State per year (full-time)

University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign

  • Students
    • 2,539 – enrolled (full-time)
    • 172 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    • $14,932 per year (full-time)  – In-State Fees
    • $28,198 – per year (full-time)  – Out of state

Carnegie Mellon University

  • Students
    •  2,037 – enrolled (full-time)
    • 297 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    • $36,700 – per year (full-time)

California Institute of Technology

  • Students
    • 556 – enrolled (full-time)
  • Tuition
    • $34,989 – per year (full-time)

University of Texas–Austin

  • Students
    • 2,046 – enrolled (full-time)
    • 430 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    •  $8,876 – per year (full-time)  – In-State
    •  $16,252 – per year (full-time)  – Out of state

University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

  • Students
    • 2,618 – enrolled (full-time)
    • 337 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    • $20,256 – per year (full-time)  – In-State Fees
    • $38,116 – per year (full-time) Out of State Fees

Cornell University

  • Students
    •  1,572 –  enrolled (full-time)
    •  93 – enrolled (part-time)
  • Tuition
    •  $29,500 – per year (full-time)

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5 Comments

  1. Nandini on February 17, 2012 at 8:45 AM

    @HSB: I just want to know if I can apply to universities like University of Texas,Austin,Texas A&M,College station,Rice University with a low GPA. My 10th marks-77.28%,12thmarks-65%,B.E.-56%. I also have 1 year experience and currently doing a project in Embedded systems domain at IIT,Madras. Please reply,so that I get a clearer idea as to where all I can apply.

  2. Jorge Spain on February 17, 2012 at 6:35 AM

    What’s about of Illinois Institute of Technology? ,

  3. shubham on February 15, 2012 at 5:37 AM

    Hi,
    I am shubham and willing to pursue my master’s in petroleum engg from reputed collage. I took gre and got 1420( 670 verbal & 750 quants, AWA-3.0). O also took toefl and got 101.I applied to 6 universities for fall, 2012 which are as follows-
    1. university of Texas at Austin
    2. Texas A & M university
    3. Houston university
    4. new Mexico inst of mining tech
    5. university of Pittsburgh
    6. Colorado school of mines
    can some one tell me among the 6 collages, from which of them i can expect to receive my admits. I have a strong profile and also done three research projects and one publication. My cgpa is 7.18/10. 10th percentage- 90% & 12th 88%.
    kindly reply with your valuable suggestion.
    Thanks & Regards
    shubham ganguly

  4. Mgbeadichie Charles on February 14, 2012 at 5:22 PM

    I thank you for your assistance,i’ll introduce my friends to this. I also want to know the requirements to be in all of the top 10 engineering schools. Thanks.

  5. Nidhi on February 14, 2012 at 11:35 AM

    Thanks HSB for providing the information.

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