New Jersey Institute of Technology

Newark, New Jersey
US News Ranking: 
National #106
Bachelor Degree
Tuition Fees (USD) 
$32,750 USD
IELTS Score 
Master Degree
Tuition Fees (USD) 
$33,102 USD
IELTS Score 

As New Jersey’s science, technology and design university, New Jersey Institute of Technology has earned a solid reputation as one of the nation’s preeminent STEM-based educational and research institutions. The university is consistently ranked among the highest in the country in return-on-investment (ROI) for its graduates and ranks among the top U.S. polytechnic universities in terms of research expenditures. NJIT’s impact on the State of New Jersey exceeds $1.7 billion in total economic output each year, supporting more than 11,000 jobs and generating employment income of $560 million.

With six colleges, over 50 undergraduate degree programs, approximately 60 graduate degree programs (including 19 programs leading to a Ph.D. degree in a professional discipline), and more than 70 specialized laboratories and research centers, NJIT is home to more than 11,400 students and nearly 500 full-time and adjunct faculty members. The university maintains a student-to-faculty ratio of 17 to 1.

NJIT also offers Continuing and Professional Education including on-site corporate training and non-degree certificate programs. Moreover, NJIT’s Career Development Services offers highly paid co-op and internship opportunities to provide students with an entrée into the workforce.

Newark, New Jersey
US News Ranking: 
National #106
App Due Date: 


Orientation Date: 
August 26, 2019
Classes Begin: 
September 3,2019
Housing and Food: 
$13,600 USD
SACM Approved: 
Transcript Evaluation Required: 
Application Requirement: 

1. MEG Application Form
2. Transcript
3. Certified Bank Statement
4. IELTS or TOEFL Score
5. Passport
6. 3 Letters of Recommendation
7. SAT Scores (if applicable)

Masters' additional requirement:
GRE/GMAT Scores (if applicable)

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