MIT University the USA
The MIT community is driven by a shared purpose: to make a better world through education, research, and innovation. We are fun and quirky, elite but not elitist, inventive and artistic, obsessed with numbers, and welcoming to talented people regardless of where they come from.
Founded to accelerate the nation’s industrial revolution, MIT is profoundly American. With ingenuity and drive, our graduates have invented fundamental technologies, launched new industries, and created millions of American jobs. At the same time, and without the slightest sense of contradiction, MIT is profoundly global. Our community gains tremendous strength as a magnet for talent from around the world. Through teaching, research, and innovation, MIT’s exceptional community pursues its mission of service to the nation and the world.
Located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT is regarded as one of the most prestigious universities in the USA and in the world. Founded in 1861, MIT is an independent and privately endowed university. It is ranked #3 in the U.S. News National Rankings, right alongside Yale and Columbia.
MIT offers Programs and Courses in Five schools.
School of Engineering, School of Architecture and Planning, School of Humanities,
Arts and Social Sciences, School of Science, and MIT Sloan School of Management.
MIT Admission Requirements
MIT University Online Application
MIT Application Fee: $75
Application Deadline: Jan 1st
Official SAT/ACT scores
MIT University SAT 1520 / ACT 34
Scores from either the GRE or the GMAT exam
MIT University GRE 329 / GMAT 716 / GRE quantitative 167 / GRE verbal 162
MIT University TOEFL: IBT-90, PBT- 577
MIT University IELTS: 7 overall
Self-reported coursework form (Essays, Activities, and Academics)
Biographical information (Parent information, Field of study)
MIT University tuition fee for the international students is $53,450 – $55,708 / Year
Average Admission Requirements
MIT University Acceptance Rate: 8%
Requirements may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific requirements.
MIT University Scholarship
Need-based means that we award financial aid entirely based on your family’s financial circumstances.
About 60% of our undergraduates.
Full need means that we meet 100% of your family’s demonstrated needs through scholarships, grants, and student employment.
A fellowship or traineeship is an award to a graduate student that covers tuition partially or fully, and also provides a stipend to help defray living expenses.
Research and teaching assistants receive a monthly stipend as well as a full-tuition scholarship. Stipend levels are established each year by individual departments within guidelines approved by the Academic Council in discussion with the Provost.