U.S. Colleges Ranked In the Top 100 World Engineering

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings is announced for academic year 2014-2015. In this page, we compares US colleges and universities ranked in top 100 world universities in the area of Engineering. MIT topped the list, followed by Stanford, Caltech and Princeton. The detail scores and methodology can be found at THE (Times Higher Education) Engineering Rankings.

Next table compares general academic facts between the US Colleges Ranked In Top 100 Engineering University in the World. 34 US schools are included in the list.

2015 Tuition and 2016 Estimation Comparison

Next table lists the estimated 2016 tuition and compares it with current year tuition & fees. The 2016 tuition is estimated by each school. The school which does not show its 2016 tuition does not decide or announce it. For more information, see the school's main page by following the link on the school's name. In addition you can compare the schools in all academic perspectives including admission, tuition, graduation, population and more at us colleges ranked in top 100 engineering university world ranking colleges comparison page.
The average 2016 tuition & fees for US colleges ranked in top 100 engineering university world ranking colleges is $12,553 for in-state students and $38,616 for out-of-state students. For current academic year (2014-2015), the average tuition & fees is $12,333 for in-state students and $37,015 for out-of-state students.

US Colleges & Universities Tuition Trends For Past 10 Yers

In United States, there are 7,735 colleges and universities: 2110 public, 1,954 private (not-for-profit), and 3,670 private (for-profit) schools. By school level, there are 3,217 4-year, 2,363 4-year, and 2,154 less than 2 year schools.

For all schools in United States, In-state tuition & fees is risen by 50.29% from $3,669 (2006) to $5,514 (2015) and out-of-state tuition & fees grew by 41.22% last 10 years, from $11,916 (2006) to $16,828 (2015).Living costs, including room & board and other expenses, is increased by 42.24% from $8,532 (2006) to $12,135 (2015) when students live on campus and 41.49% from $9,786 (2006) to $13,845 (2015) when living off campus without family.

Next table and chart illustrate the changes of total costs for US College over the past 10 years. The total cost includes the tuition, fees, books & supplies, and living costs. The total costs varies by student tuition rates (i.e. in-state or out-of-state) and living facility (i.e. staying on or off campus).

You can see US college tuition trends by State, school type, and for your desired schools at Tuition Trends page.