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As one of the best engineering schools in the state of Massachusetts, Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has reported the following admissions statistics, including the acceptance rate, average GPA/GRE scores, and minimum TOEFL scores for iBT and paper test. Also covered is overall rankings and tuition scholarship information for Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
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Harvard University School of Engineering and Applied SciencesHarvard University
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
29 Oxford Street, Room 217A, Pierce Hall Cambridge, MA 02138

Admissions Phone: (617) 495-5315
Admissions E-mail: [email protected]
Web site: http://www.gsas.harvard.edu

Admissions: Harvard University

Fall 2018 Admissions Statistics
Total applicants (master's and Ph.D.) 1,331
Total acceptances (master's and Ph.D.) 199
Overall acceptance rate 15.0%
Fall 2019 Admissions Information
Application deadline for U.S. residents 01/02
Application fee for U.S. residents $90
Application deadline for international students 01/02
Application fee for international students $90
Director of admissions Christine Summer
2018 Entering Class GPA and GRE Scores
GRE required? The GRE is required for all departments.
Average GPA of new entrants in master's program 3.70
Number reporting GPA for master's programs 17
Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in master's program 539
Number reporting verbal GRE score for master's programs 17
Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in master's program 778
Number reporting quantitative GRE score for master's programs 17
Average writing GRE score of new entrants in master's program 4.40
Number reporting writing GRE score for master's programs 17
Average GPA of new entrants in doctoral program 3.80
Number reporting GPA for doctoral programs 65
Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in doctoral program 566
Number reporting verbal GRE score for doctoral programs 65
Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in doctoral program 782
Number reporting quantitative GRE score for doctoral programs 65
Average writing GRE score of new entrants in doctoral program 4.30
Number reporting writing GRE score for doctoral programs 30
Average GPA of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs 3.80
Number reporting GPA for both master's and doctoral programs 82
Average verbal GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs 560
Number reporting verbal GRE score for both master's and doctoral programs 82
Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs 781
Number reporting quantitative GRE scores for master's and doctoral programs 82
Average writing GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs 4.34
Number reporting writing GRE score for both master's and doctoral programs 47
TOEFL
TOEFL required for international students? Yes
Minimum TOEFL score required for computer test 213
Minimum TOEFL score required for paper test 550

Ranking : Harvard University

Top Engineering Schools
Score 65
Peer assessment score (5.0 highest) 3.6
Recruiter assessment score (5.0 highest) 3.8
Average quantitative GRE score of new entrants in both master's and doctoral programs 781
Overall acceptance rate 15.0%
2018 Ph.D. student/faculty ratio 6.1
Faculty membership in National Academy of Engineering 17.9%
2008 Engineering school research expenditures (in millions) $36.7
Research expenditures per faculty member (in thousands) $655.9
2018 Ph.D.'s granted 28
Total graduate engineering enrollment 383

Tuition & Financial Aid : Harvard University

Financial Aid Contact Information
Financial aid director Josephine Ferraro
Financial aid phone (617) 495-5396
2018-2019 Expenses
Tuition Full-time: $32,556 per year, part-time: $4,068 per credit
Required fees $3,900 per year
Room and board $16,190
Books and supplies $900
Miscellaneous expenses $5,080
2018-2019 Graduate Appointments
Total appointments 414
Fellowships 121
Teaching assistants 55
Research assistants 238
Other appointments 0

 

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