Engineering : University of Notre Dame
|University of Notre Dame|
|Address||400 Main Building|
|Level||Four or more years|
|Student to Faculty Ratio||10:1|
|Carnegie Classification||Research Universities (very high research activity)|
|Undergrad Application Fees||$75|
|Grad Application Fees||$75|
|Enrollment||Fees (/yr)||Required Fees(/yr)|
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)
|Critical Reading||670/760 |
Computer Science & Engineering
|Aerospace- Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering|
|Computer Engineering- General|
|Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering|
|Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering|
Admissions policy is highly selective. It is our past experience that students with a GRE totals exceeding 155 Verbal, 160 Quantitative, 4 Analytical, in the upper 10% of their class, and an IBT TOEFL score exceeding 95, with a minimum of 23 on the Speaking section, tend to be competitive. Depending on the students demonstrated skills, there are always exceptions to these guidelines.
There is no minimum GRE but GRE Q score is 159+ is recommended. Another important factor is GPA and ranking of current University.
Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
There is no min. score for GRE (but it's required). Min. score for TOEFL is 80 (Graduate school might waive TOEFL/IELTS if English was primary language of instruction of last two years of education).
GRE Scores and Admissions