Virginia Tech University is a public grant and research university, with its main campus located in Blacksburg, Virginia, US. It was established in 1872, managing a whopping 522 million USD research portfolio which is the largest of any university in Virgina.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- Virginia Tech offers more than 150 majors and 3 Pre-Professional degree programs under 7 schools to more than 31,000 students. Some of the popular majors are – General Engineering, Neuroscience, Architecture, Biology, etc.
- On the 2,600 acre campus, there are 47 on-campus residential halls can accommodate up to 9,300 students. Along with outdoor amenities like volleyball courts.
Virginia Tech Admission Process
|Requirements||Transcripts; LOR (only for Graduate)|
|Test Scores||ACT or SAT (optional) GMAT/GRE/Others|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS/PTE|
|Application fee||UG- USD 70; Graduate – USD 75|
|Intake Season||Spring – November 1|
How to Apply – Sign up to create a new profile, to apply for:
- Undergraduate Programs: Apply through the Coalition Application.
- Graduate Programs: Apply through the Graduate School Application System (VT GSAPPS).
Cost and Scholarships
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition and Fee||32,458 USD|
|Room and Board||8,934 USD|
|Other Expenses||5,824 USD|
The students are offered financial aid in the form of scholarships and grants. Scholarships and aids differ with each department. Also an application for the graduate fee waiver must be filled online on or before deadline, to be considered for fee waiver. The acceptance rate for admission to Virginia Tech is 73%.