Top 10 Engineering Graduate School Tuition Comparison

Engineering school is one of popular choice for graduate course. There are many specialized engineering colleges such as MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and  CMU (Carnegie Mellon University, The school founded as a technology school in 1900).
USNEWS Department has announced the ranking for Engineering Graduate School. According to the ranking, MIT is on top of the list and Stanford gets second. Methodology for the ranking is explained at Best Engineering Schools Rankings Methodology.

You can see full comparison between the top 10 schools at top 10 graduate engineering program comparison page.

Next tables shows general information of the top 10 schools. 5 Schools are public and other 5 schools are private schools.
Table. Summary of Top 10 Graduate Engineering Colleges
NameLocationTypeTuitionPopulation
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 41,77011,271
Stanford University Stanford, California 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 41,25022,026
University of California-Berkeley Berkeley, California 4 years, Public in-state: $ 11,220
out-of-state: $ 34,098
39,175
California Institute of Technology Pasadena, California 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 38,0852,274
Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 44,88012,175
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Atlanta, Georgia 4 years, Public in-state: $ 7,718
out-of-state: $ 27,022
23,017
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Champaign, Illinois 4 years, Public in-state: $ 12,603
out-of-state: $ 28,230
47,146
Purdue University-Main Campus West Lafayette, Indiana 4 years, Public in-state: $ 9,208
out-of-state: $ 28,010
44,644
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, Michigan 4 years, Public in-state: $ 13,625
out-of-state: $ 40,302
44,453
University of Southern California Los Angeles, California 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 43,72240,515


2013 Top 10 Graduate Engineering School Tuition Comparison
Here, we compare tuition costs between top 10 graduate engineering schools on the ranking data for year 2013. If you want detail tuition information of the school, just follow the link on the college's name. In Addition, deep-level comparison including admission scores, graduation rates, grants, and other important factors can be found at top 10 graduate engineering schools comparison.

Next table shows tuition, fees, and other costs for top 10 graduate engineering schools. For public schools, we use out-of-state tuition for comparison. Detail comparison including tuition, fees, living costs, and financial aid information can be found at Top 10 Graduate Engineering Tuition and Financial Aids Comparison Page.

2013 Top 10 Graduate Engineering Schools Tuition
TuitionRequired FeesBooks & Supplies
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 41,770$ 2,260$ 1,000
Stanford University$ 41,250$ 537$ 1,500
University of California-Berkeley$ 26,322$ 1,654$ 1,213
California Institute of Technology$ 38,085$ 1,395$ 1,323
Carnegie Mellon University$ 37,950$ 664$ 1,000
Georgia Institute of Technology$ 26,860$ 2,380$ 1,200
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$ 26,274$ 2,886$ 1,200
Purdue University-Main Campus$ 28,010$ 692$ 1,370
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$ 38,882$ 194$ 1,048
University of Southern California$ 35,352$ 2,148$ 1,500


2013 Top 10 Graduate Engineering Colleges Tuition Comparison Chart


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