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Fall 2018 Application Deadlines and GRE Requirements for MS in US | MS Application Deadlines Fall 2018

For Fall 2019 deadlines and updated required GRE scores, go to Fall 2019 Application Deadlines and GRE Requirements for MS in USIf you are just getting started or feeling overwhelmed with the MS Application process, then refer to the Guidelines on How to Get Admitted for MS Abroad with Scholarships from India

The US is by far the most popular destination for international students owing to its strong reputation for teaching, research, technology, innovation and career opportunities. The US has been the top attractant for foreign students for decades, especially from the STEM fields because of the presence of several tech hubs in the US. The student community in the US is very multicultural, along with an excellent support mechanism for the international students. Every year several international students apply for the MS programs in the USA. Therefore, the admissions at the top universities in the US is cut-throat. The acceptance rates at the top US universities (Ivy League and Elite Schools) are around 5 – 7%. The figure is slightly encouraging for other universities, but it’s still very competitive. One of the keys to getting the edge over other applicants is getting started early. Hence, it is very important to know the application deadlines and entry requirements, especially the GRE score requirements. This post will give you information on Fall 2018 Application Deadlines and GRE Requirements for MS in the US.

 

Fall 2018 Application Deadlines and GRE Requirements for MS in US (STEM Programs)

University / College

Application Deadline

GRE Quants (Range/Average)

GRE Verbal (Range/Average)

Official Link

Harvard University Dec 1 / Dec 15 / Jan 2 157 – 170 154 – 162 Link
Stanford University Dec 5 160 – 168 154 – 164 Link
MIT Dec 5 162 – 166 152 – 162 Link
UC Berkeley Dec 1 / Dec 5 162 – 167 152 – 156 Link
Caltech Dec 1 / Dec 15 / Jan 1 160 – 169 155 – 168 Link
Wisconsin-Madison Dec 15 164 158 Link
UT Austin Dec 1 / Dec 15 156 – 170 148 – 162 Link
Georgia Tech Dec 15 / Feb 1 155 – 162 153 – 159 Link
Yale University Jan 2 157 – 166 150 – 154 Link
Illinois Urbana Champaign Dec 15 151 – 164 156 – 162 Link
Purdue University Dec 15 164 161 Link
University of Michigan Jan 15 167 158 Link
Michigan State University Dec 30 164 153 Link
Texas A&M March 1 155 – 161 146 – 152 Link
UT Dallas Jan 15 (Priority Deadline) 156 154 Link
UCLA Dec 1 156 – 162 153 – 158 Link
Arizona State University Dec 1 / Dec 31 / Jan 15 156 – 163 152 – 157 Link
Carnegie Mellon University Dec 29 166 159 Link
Penn State Jan 31 165 154 Link
University of Pennsylvania Dec 3 (Financial Aid) 166 155 Link
University of Southern California (USC) Dec 15 (Scholarship) / Jan 15 160 – 167 151 – 158 Link
Cornell University Dec 5 (Priority) / Jan 15 / Feb 1 162 – 166 152 – 160 Link
UC San Diego Dec 15 158 – 162 144 – 156 Link
Maryland College Park Dec 16 152 – 164 148 – 154 Link
Princeton University Dec 15 / Dec 31 162 – 166 152 – 162 Link
Northwestern University Dec 29 / Jan 15 / Feb 15 166 162 Link
UC Davis Dec 1 / Jan 15 162 – 165 153 – 157 Link
University of Florida (UF) Dec 31 160 155 Link
Columbia University Feb 15 / Jan 31 157 – 164 150 – 160 Link
Colorado School of Mines Dec 15 (Priority) / March 1 160 151 Link
UC Santa Barbara Dec 15 158 – 163 150 – 155 Link
Brown University Dec1 / Feb 1 / March 15 160 – 165 158 – 163 Link
University of Minnesota Dec 15 / Dec 31 / Mar 31 162 – 166 155 – 161 Link
Rice University Jan 2 166 156 Link
NYU Feb 15 157 – 161 150 – 154 Link
Case Western Reserve University Feb 1 156 – 164 150 – 160 Link
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Jan 2 163 157 Link
University of Colorado Boulder Jan 15 (Tentative) / March 15 158 156 Link
University of Rochester Feb 15 161 – 167 151 – 159 Link
Johns Hopkins University Dec 7 / Dec 15 / Jan 15 162 – 163 150 – 159 Link
University of Washington Dec 15 160 155 Link
Ohio State University Feb 1 158 154 Link
Iowa State University Jan 15 155 – 159 148 – 154 Link
Boston University Jan 10 (Tentative) 158 155 Link
University of North Carolina – Charlotte March 1 157 – 161 152 – 158 Link
Vanderbilt University Dec 1 / Jan 1 158-162 157-161 Link
University of Tennessee Knoxville Feb 1 156-160 154-158 Link
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill Dec 12 154 – 160 150 – 155 Link

 

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Author: Tanmoy Ray

I am a Career Adviser & MS Admission Consultant. Additionally, I also manage online marketing at Stoodnt. I did my Masters from the UK (Aston University) and have worked at the University of Oxford (UK), Utrecht University (Netherlands), University of New South Wales (Australia) and MeetUniversity (India).

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