Top 10 Undergraduate Engineering Schools Tuition and Admission Data

Engineering program is one of desired majors for beginning students. US News Education department has announced the top 10 undergraduate engineering programs based on their 2013 survey. The survey targeted only colleges and universities grating doctorate degree (i.e. the schools'highest degree is the doctorate). You can see full comparison data between top 10 schools at top 10 undergraduate engineering program page.

General Information
Next table shows general information including location, tuition and population (whole school) of the top 10 schools. The schools are listed as its ranking. MIT is on the top of the list and other 3 private and 6 public schools are positioned in top 10 list.
Table. Summary of Top 10 Undergraduate 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
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
Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 44,88012,175
Cornell University Ithaca, New York 4 years, Private (not-for-profit) $ 43,18521,437
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, Michigan 4 years, Public in-state: $ 13,625
out-of-state: $ 40,302
44,453
Purdue University-Main Campus West Lafayette, Indiana 4 years, Public in-state: $ 9,208
out-of-state: $ 28,010
44,644
The University of Texas at Austin Austin, Texas 4 years, Public in-state: $ 9,790
out-of-state: $ 33,128
55,620


Top 10 Engineering Schools Admission Data
Next table shows admission data including acceptance ratio in 2013. More detail information including SAT and ACT scores can be found by following link on each school's name.
Table. Admission Data of Top 10 Undergraduate Engineering Colleges
ApplicantsAdmittedEnrolledAcceptance Ratio
Massachusetts Institute of Technology17,909
(12,443/5,466)
1,742
(891/851)
1,125
(620/505)
9.7%
(7.2%/15.6%)
Stanford University34,348
(17,817/16,531)
2,437
(1,278/1,159)
1,707
(896/811)
7.1%
(7.2%/7.0%)
University of California-Berkeley50,374
(24,473/25,901)
10,795
(4,914/5,881)
4,109
(1,894/2,215)
21.4%
(20.1%/22.7%)
California Institute of Technology5,225
(3,960/1,265)
667
(408/259)
244
(156/88)
12.8%
(10.3%/20.5%)
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus13,495
(9,130/4,365)
6,976
(4,479/2,497)
2,712
(1,736/976)
51.7%
(49.1%/57.2%)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign28,751
(15,863/12,888)
19,434
(10,578/8,856)
7,252
(3,998/3,254)
67.6%
(66.7%/68.7%)
Carnegie Mellon University16,527
(10,235/6,292)
5,030
(2,883/2,147)
1,436
(867/569)
30.4%
(28.2%/34.1%)
Cornell University36,387
(19,552/16,835)
6,538
(3,278/3,260)
3,307
(1,659/1,648)
18.0%
(16.8%/19.4%)
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor39,584
(20,643/18,941)
16,073
(7,894/8,089)
6,236
(3,124/3,112)
40.6%
(38.2%/42.7%)
Purdue University-Main Campus29,721
(17,069/12,652)
20,318
(11,310/9,008)
6,821
(3,902/2,919)
68.4%
(66.3%/71.2%)
The University of Texas at Austin32,589
(15,759/16,830)
15,172
(6,861/8,311)
7,149
(3,254/3,895)
46.6%
(43.5%/49.4%)


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