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We've compiled a list of the Best Private Research Universities For Engineering. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Massachusetts
$57,650 / year
$57,650 / year
California
$59,238 / year
$59,238 / year
Stanford University
#3 College for engineering
California
$58,807 / year
$58,807 / year
Princeton University
#4 College for engineering
New Jersey
$59,590 / year
$59,590 / year
Harvard University
#5 College for engineering
Massachusetts
$61,040 / year
$61,040 / year
Columbia University
#7 College for engineering
New York
$61,285 / year
$61,285 / year
Carnegie Mellon University | CMU
#8 College for engineering
Pennsylvania
$60,073 / year
$60,073 / year
Duke University
#9 College for engineering
North Carolina
$63,430 / year
$63,430 / year
University of Pennsylvania | UPenn
#10 College for engineering
Pennsylvania
$62,570 / year
$62,570 / year
Cornell University
#11 College for engineering
New York
$57,702 / year
$57,702 / year
Rice University
#12 College for engineering
Texas
$53,422 / year
$53,422 / year
Yale University
#13 College for engineering
Connecticut
$59,925 / year
$59,925 / year
Johns Hopkins University | JHU
#14 College for engineering
Maryland
$56,730 / year
$56,730 / year
Northwestern University
#15 College for engineering
Illinois
$62,028 / year
$62,028 / year
Brown University
#16 College for engineering
Rhode Island
$59,222 / year
$59,222 / year
Dartmouth College
#18 College for engineering
New Hampshire
$60,867 / year
$60,867 / year
Vanderbilt University
#20 College for engineering
Tennessee
$56,914 / year
$56,914 / year
University of Southern California | USC
#25 College for engineering
California
$62,059 / year
$62,059 / year
Missouri
$60,470 / year
$60,470 / year
University of Notre Dame
#28 College for engineering
Indiana
$58,783 / year
$58,783 / year
New York University | NYU
#30 College for engineering
New York
$58,458 / year
$58,458 / year
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute | RPI
#36 College for engineering
New York
$58,556 / year
$58,556 / year
Northeastern University
#37 College for engineering
Massachusetts
$54,116 / year
$54,116 / year
Case Western Reserve University
#40 College for engineering
Ohio
$53,123 / year
$53,123 / year
Boston University | BU
#46 College for engineering
Massachusetts
$59,282 / year
$59,282 / year
Worcester Polytechnic Institute | WPI
#47 College for engineering
Massachusetts
$55,038 / year
$55,038 / year
Lehigh University
#50 College for engineering
Pennsylvania
$58,815 / year
$58,815 / year
Drexel University
#51 College for engineering
Pennsylvania
$53,279 / year
$53,279 / year
Tufts University
#52 College for engineering
Massachusetts
$61,640 / year
$61,640 / year
Syracuse University
#59 College for engineering
New York
$59,249 / year
$59,249 / year
Stevens Institute of Technology
#63 College for engineering
New Jersey
$57,194 / year
$57,194 / year
Rochester Institute of Technology | RIT
#68 College for engineering
New York
$48,020 / year
$48,020 / year
Brigham Young University | BYU
#69 College for engineering
Utah
$17,458 / year
$17,458 / year
Clarkson University
#70 College for engineering
New York
$51,510 / year
$51,510 / year
University of Rochester
#71 College for engineering
New York
$59,064 / year
$59,064 / year
Tulane University
#79 College for engineering
Louisiana
$59,670 / year
$59,670 / year
George Washington University | GW
#81 College for engineering
Washington DC
$58,440 / year
$58,440 / year
Howard University
#92 College for engineering
Washington DC
$31,056 / year
$31,056 / year
Southern Methodist University | SMU
#94 College for engineering
Texas
$59,941 / year
$59,941 / year