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Engineering : University of Washington-Seattle Campus
|University of Washington-Seattle Campus|
|Address||1400 NE Campus Parkway|
|Level||Four or more years|
|Student to Faculty Ratio||20:1|
|Carnegie Classification||Research Universities (very high research activity)|
|Undergrad Application Fees||$70|
|Grad Application Fees||$85|
|Enrollment||Fees (/yr)||Required Fees(/yr)|
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)
|Critical Reading||540/660 |
|Aerospace- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering|
|Computer Engineering- General|
|Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering|
The UW is rated one of the 15 greenest colleges in the country by the Princeton Review.
MS/PhD in CS: In recent years, the number of applicants has far exceeded the number of openings for the program. More than 1,100 applications are received annually for 30-35 openings in the program. Consequently, the competition for admission is keen. The average GPA of those offered admission for Autumn 2010 was 3.81. The average GRE scores of these applicants were: Verbal (including international applicants): 90%, Quantitative: 92%, Analytical 47%.
Tuition waiver (except for ~ $270 per quarter in fees, which the student pays)
Monthly stipend of $2,114 for beginning students (effective July 1, 2009).
Health Insurance (100% of premium for student, 65% of premium for dependents)
All students who are admitted to our program (CS) are awarded an assistantship (teaching or research). Under the assistantship, in exchange for 20 hours of work per week, the student receives:
MS in Mechanical Engineering: The Department of Mechanical Engineering requires the following minimum GRE scores: 450 Verbal (350 if English is not a native language), 650 Quantitative, and 4.0 Analytical Writing (3.5 if English is not a native language).
GRE Scores and Admissions