Best Mechanical Engineering School In The US 2020

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mechanical engineers work with machines and engines, from elevator technology to robotics. Students can focus on areas such as heat transfer and fracture mechanics.

These are the top graduate schools for mechanical engineering. Each school’s score reflects its average rating on a scale from 1 (marginal) to 5 (outstanding), based on a survey of academics at peer institutions. Read the methodology 

 

Here Are Best Mechanical Engineering School In The US 2020

 

10. Princeton University

Princeton University
Princeton University

The School of Engineering & Applied Science at Princeton University has an application deadline of Dec. 1. The application fee is $90 for U.S. residents and $90 for international students.

The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 4.3:1. The School of Engineering & Applied Science at Princeton University has 150 full-time faculty on staff.

 

9. Carnegie Mellon University

Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University

The Carnegie Institute of Technology at Carnegie Mellon University has an application deadline of Jan. 31. The application fee is $75 for U.S. residents and $75 for international students.

Its tuition is full-time: $48,500 per year and part-time: $2,022 per credit. The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 4.8:1. The Carnegie Institute of Technology at Carnegie Mellon University has 297 full-time faculty on staff.

 

8. Cornell University

Cornell University
Cornell University

The College of Engineering at Cornell University has a rolling application deadline. The application fee is $105 for U.S. residents and $105 for international students.

Its tuition is full-time: $29,500 per year and part-time: $2,356 per credit. The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 4.9:1. The College of Engineering at Cornell University has 235 full-time faculty on staff.

 

7. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor

University of Michigan
University of Michigan

The College of Engineering at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor has a rolling application deadline. The application fee is $75 for U.S. residents and $90 for international students.

Its tuition is full-time: $27,202 per year (in-state); full-time: $51,126 per year (out-of-state); part-time: $1,469 per credit (in-state); and part-time: $2,798 per credit (out-of-state). The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 4.6:1. The College of Engineering at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor has 388 full-time faculty on staff.

 

6. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign

The University of Illinois at Urbana-champaign
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign the application fee is $70 for U.S. residents and $90 for international students. Its tuition is full-time: $18,622 per year (in-state) and full-time: $35,458 per year (out-of-state).

The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 4.5:1. The Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign has 453 full-time faculty on staff.

 

5. Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology

Students at the Georgia Tech College of Engineering have extensive degree options, the application fee is $75 for U.S. residents and $85 for international students. Its tuition is full-time: $14,064 per year (in-state); full-time: $29,140 per year (out-of-state); part-time: $586 per credit (in-state); and part-time: $1,215 per credit (out-of-state).

The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 4.4:1. The College of Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology has 574 full-time faculty on staff.

 

4. California Institute of Technology

California Institute of Technology
California Institute of Technology

The Division of Engineering and Applied Science at California Institute of Technology has an application deadline of Dec. 15. The application fee is $100 for U.S. residents and $100 for international students.

The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 5.1:1. The Division of Engineering and Applied Science at California Institute of Technology has 100 full-time faculty on staff.

 

3. University of California–Berkeley

University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley

The College of Engineering at the University of California–Berkeley has an application deadline of Jan. 6. The application fee is $120 for U.S. residents and $140 for international students.

Its tuition is full-time: $11,442 per year (in-state) and full-time: $26,544 per year (out-of-state). The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 5.5:1. The College of Engineering at the University of California–Berkeley has 260 full-time faculty on staff.

 

2. Stanford University

Stanford University
Stanford University

The School of Engineering at Stanford University has an application deadline of Dec. 3. The application fee is $125 for U.S. residents and $125 for international students.

Its tuition is full-time: $55,905 per year. The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 7.1:1. The School of Engineering at Stanford University has 278 full-time faculty on staff.

 

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The application fee is $75 for U.S. residents and $75 for international students. Its tuition is full-time: $53,450 per year. The 2019 Ph.D. student-faculty ratio is 5.5:1. The School of Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology has 388 full-time faculty on staff.

The School of Engineering is a popular destination for MIT students and faculty. About 45 percent of all graduate students at MIT, roughly 2,800 students, are enrolled in the School of Engineering, and about a third of all faculty members teach at the School. Graduate students have 15 areas in which to earn degrees, most of which are highly ranked.

 

Source: | U.S News