Case Western Reserve University - [CWRU], Ohio, Cleveland

    Cleveland, OhioLocation
    UniversitySchool type
    Estd 1826established year

    Case Western Reserve University: Rankings, Courses, Admissions, Tuition Fee, Cost of Attendance & Scholarships

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    Case Western Reserve University (also known as Case Western Reserve, Case Western, Case, and CWRU) is a private coeducational research institution founded in 1826 in Hudson, Ohio as Western Reserve College. Being the first university in Northern Ohio, it took its name from the region which was as at then was known as the Western Reserve of Connecticut.

    Case Western Reserve University Campus

    Known throughout the United States and the whole world as one of the few institutions in the USA that embraced innovation and research in science in the 19th century, the school has continued to be one of the leading independent research institutions in the world with cutting-edge research opportunities and technological innovations.

    Case Western Reserve University Ranking

    Case Western Reserve University has been conferred the following rankings by the top ranking agencies:

    Times Higher Education

    • #119- list of World University Rankings in 2020
    • #52 - U.S. University Ranking in 2020

    US News: #57 - list of Most Innovative school

    • #76- Best Colleges in America
    • #15- Niche’s list of Best Colleges for Nursing in America
    • #31- Niche’s list of Colleges with the Best Professors in America


    University Type Private
    Campus Setting Urban
    Annual Endowment 1.89 billion USD
    Student Retention Rate 92%
    Work-study program Yes
    Mode of Program Full time; Part time; online
    Campus Housing Capacity 80%
    Annual cost of Attendance 65,924 USD
    Admission Helpdesk 216-368-4450

    Case Western Reserve University Campus

    • The school is located at 10900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, in Ohio which is a city ranked as one of the most livable cities in the United States, especially for young professionals.
    • The campus sits on 267 acres of land called the University Circle with an adjourning 400 acres designated as the university farm located at Hunting Valley, Ohio.
    • Students of Case Western Reserve University gains a lot from the environment in terms of low cost of living,
    • University Circle houses more than 50 cultural, arts, educational, health and human service institutions on its architecturally designed 550 park-like acres prominent among them are Museum of Art, Contemporary Art, and Natural History, Botanical Gardens, and Cleveland Orchestra.
    • In order to make the experience at CWRU memorable, Student Leadership on-campus upholds and organizes the school age-long campus traditions such as Spartan Spirit, Senior and Legacy Week, Springfest, Thwing Study Over, Homecoming, etc.
    • Events such as SpartansLEAD, StrengthsQuest, Emerging Leaders Program, SLAC Awards, and Fall Leadership Conference are organized by the student government to build capacity and develop students' leadership prowess.
    • International events are like Asian Mid-Autumn Festival, Cleveland Bucket List, Etiquette Dinner, Global Talk Series, Holi, International Achievements Luncheon, International Education Week, International Students Success Series, Lunar New Year, and Study Abroad Fair are organized

    Case Western Reserve University Residence

    • More than 90% of undergraduate students live on campus.
    • Living on campus helps students have easy access to academic support, ease of participation in campus activities, events and residence hall programs.
    • On-campus housing in Case includes 12 freshmen buildings, eight second-year buildings, nine upper-class buildings, and 18 Greek Life Houses.
    • All first-year and second-year unmarried students are required to live on-campus for the first two years except they are living with their parents in a location not more than 40 miles from the campus. After this requirement is met, students can opt for off-campus accommodation options.
    • There is no on-campus residence for graduate students, however, they can apply for residence for apartment buildings near the campus through the office of Real Estate or apply for a residency at the cooperative housing or may decide to live off-campus.
    • Students qualified to live off-campus are advised to join the Office of Real Estate mailing list at to be notified when an off-campus housing is available.
    • The on-campus residency has amenities like vending machines, Wi-Fi Internet, cable, water/sewer, electricity, and trash included, University Card-restricted building access, fitness center, study areas/lobby, FREE on-site laundry facility, campus parking garage on-site, etc.
    • Applicants who are transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming or applicants exploring gender identity can apply for Gender Inclusive Housing or contact the LGBT center for more information
    • During the housing application, students are required by the state law to submit a statement on his/her vaccination status for hepatitis B and meningitis.
    • Different meal plans are available for different categories of students. Applicants are advised to intimate themselves with these plans via the Meal Plan Section of the MyHousing Account.

    N/B: All undergraduate students living on campus are required to enroll in a university meal plan except upper-class students living in apartment-style housing.

    Case Western Reserve University Programs

    • Case Western Reserve University offers a Bachelor in Arts degree in more than 40 fields, Bachelor of Science degree in 12 major fields, and a bachelor of music jointly offered with the Cleveland Institute of Music.
    • The school also offer over 53 master’s program, 51 doctorate degrees, 16 integrated programs, Biomedical Sciences Training Program (BSTP), Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP),
    • Case programs are spread across professional fields such as Arts, Science, Engineering, Biomedical Science, Nursing, Management, and Applied Social Science.
    • Some of the master’s programs like Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Systems and control engineering, Master of Engineering (A practice-oriented degree), and Medical Physiology offered in the school are available online.
    • Applicants can also apply for some university certificate programs such as Advanced Quantitative Methodologies (AQM), Biomedical and Health Informatics
    • Some courses on campus have been specifically designed for international students and multilingual students. Interested applicants can contact the international program office on Writing@CWRU for more information.
    • Applicants who would like to enroll in classes to satisfy prerequisite graduate course requirements or for personal enrichment may enroll in the school as a non-degree student in several courses
    • The school also offers the Integrated Graduate Studies Program (IGS) for highly motivated undergraduate students who are applying for the bachelor of arts (BA) and whose final target is a degree at the masters or doctoral level.
    • The institution also offers a dual undergraduate degree in which a student may double major in more than one Arts and Sciences majors for the BA, or more than two Engineering majors for the BS in Engineering degree, or more than two Management majors for the BS in Management degree.

    Top Programs in Case Western Reserve University

    Programs Fees Per Annum
    M.B.A $42,450
    M.Sc Nursing $49,581
    M.Sc Biostatistics $56,460
    M.Eng Civil Engineering $42,290
    Master of Accountancy $38,400

    Case Western Reserve University Application Process

    Students need to take care of the following points while seeking admission at Case Western Reserve University:

    • Application into Case Western Reserve University is done online via the University’s admission portal
    • The application fee of 50 USD is charged per application. This fee, however, is automatically waived for IGS applicants.
    • The application deadline varies amongst departments and programs. Thus, Applicants are advised to visit the program page for more information on the application deadlines
    • For more information or specific program-related questions about the desired program, applicants are advised to contact the department directly via the department’s page on the school website
    • Some requirements for admission include: transcripts, personal statement, test scores, resume or CV, letter of recommendation
    • English language test is required for students whose first language is not English. However, exceptions are given to applicants who earned a degree from a U.S institution or whose language of instructions was English.
    • The acceptable language scores are presented on the table below:
    Level of Study IELTS TOEFL PTE Academic
    Undergraduate 6.5 81 55
    Graduate 7.0 90 61

    N/b: The school does not offer conditional admission to international students who do not meet the minimum English language scores.

    Case Western Reserve University Cost of Attendance

    The breakdown of the major expenses of attending CWRU for the current academic year is presented in the table below:

    Types of Expenses Residential Student (USD)
    Tuition 52,448
    Housing and Meal Plan 16,080
    Fees 500
    Matriculation Fee 610
    Books 1,200
    Personal Expenses 1,350
    Transportation variable
    Total Cost 72,188

    Case Western Reserve University International Student Scholarships

    • Non-degree students are ineligible for federal financial aid
    • International students enrolled in the University Program are not eligible for federal student loans or need-based grants and loans but are eligible for merit-based aid if they meet the requirements set by the admissions committee.
    • Some scholarships, awards, and grants available for international students are:
    • Andrew and Eleanor Squire Scholarship- four-year full-tuition scholarship open to first-year applicants in the arts; humanities; management; accountancy; and natural, social and behavioral sciences.
    • A.W. Smith Innovation Scholarship – full-tuition scholarship open to first-year applicants in engineering, the physical sciences, and mathematics who have shown exceptional achievement in hands-on engineering or science.
    • Alexander A. Treuhaft Memorial Scholarship - full-tuition scholarship lasting for a duration of four years available to first-year applicants in science and engineering.
    • Arts Achievement Scholarships - a 10,000 USD worth of scholarship available to students with exceptional performance in dance, music, studio art or theatre.

    Case Western Reserve University Alumni

    There are over 112,661 living alumni of the institution in the alumni network.

    Members of the CWRU alumni network come from more than 130 countries of the world staying connected with campus activities and events, assisting students in career opportunities, recruitment and more.

    Through the Study Abroad-Alumni Connections Program, members of the alumni network can also spend time with CWRU students studying abroad in cities around the world.

    Case Western Reserve University Placement

    Full-time undergraduate students are provided with summer employment opportunities by the Office of University Housing.

    Some on-campus jobs available are customer service assistance, student administrative assistance, student facility assistant, student inventory assistant.

    According to payscale, the average annual salary of a Case Western Reserve University graduate is 75,000 USD.

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    $38,4001st YEAR

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    Jan 15

    Application Deadline


    Case Western Reserve University Overview

    Insitution type
    Private (Not for Profit)
    Student Population
    FAFSA Code
    Application Cost
    Average Cost of Attendance
    $49,804 / Year
    Student : Faculty Ratio
    4 : 1

    Case Western Reserve University comparison

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    ranking (overall)# 121 Times Higher Education 2021
    # 124 Center for World University Rankings 2021
    # 142 US News 2021
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    # 109 QS World University 2021
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    # 17 US News 2021
    subject strength# 86 for Clinical Science by Times Higher Education 2021
    # 101 for Engineering by Times Higher Education 2021
    # 101 for Technology by Times Higher Education 2021
    # 33 for Engineering by Times Higher Education 2021
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    # 6 for Tourism and Hospitality by Academy Ranking of World Universities 2020
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    programsUG Programs -48
    PG Programs -43
    Doctorate Programs -26
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    Doctorate Programs -33
    acceptance rate29.0 %57.5 %22.0 %52.0 %19.0 %34.2 %57.0 %27.4 %22.0 %
    exam scoreIELTS - 8
    TOEFL - 105
    SAT - 1430
    ACT - 32
    GMAT - 718.5
    TOEFL - 103
    IELTS - 7.8
    SAT - 1265
    ACT - 28
    GMAT - 690
    SAT - 1495
    ACT - 34
    TOEFL - 99.5
    IELTS - 8
    SAT - 1355
    ACT - 29
    GMAT - 740.5
    IELTS - 8.25
    TOEFL - 110
    SAT - 1435
    ACT - 32
    TOEFL - 110
    IELTS - 8.2
    SAT - 1395
    ACT - 31
    GMAT - 740
    GMAT - 690
    TOEFL - 110
    IELTS - 8
    SAT - 1329
    ACT - 30
    GMAT - 588
    GRE - 310
    TOEFL - 90
    IELTS - 6.5
    SAT - 1445
    ACT - 33
    GMAT - 710
    TOEFL - 110
    IELTS - 8
    SAT - 1415
    ACT - 32
    cost to studyAverage Tuition Fees   ARS 49804
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    [For PG Program]
    Hostel + Meal - ARS 41522 Per Year
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    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 28794
    [For PG Program]
    Hostel + Meal - ARS 22040 Per Year
    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 54244
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    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 48500
    [For PG Program]
    Hostel + Meal - ARS 15864 Per Year
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    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 40507
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    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 42800
    [For PG Program]
    Hostel + Meal - ARS 36026 Per Year
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    Average Tuition Fees   ARS 21389
    [For PG Program]
    Hostel + Meal - ARS 22396 Per Year
    placement (average package)

    Graduate Employability Ranking: #201-250
    Highest paid CWRU graduates are financial service professionals with $240,000 average salary. 51.1% MBA graduates are employed right after graduation. Companies hiring graduates include Amazon, Bank of America, Nestle, Philips Healthcare, Keybank, Vertical Data and several Fortune 500 companies. 
    Doctorate: $165,000
    MBA: $138,000
    Master in Science: $130,000
    Bachelor of Science: $107,000

    Average Annual alumni salary: 61,600 USD; Annual ROI is 10.2%; Top recruiters are Cummins Inc, Boeing Company, Eli Lily and Company, Northrop Grumman Corporation, etc.
    MBA: $119,000 
    MSc: $83,000

    Average salary of university graduates is 98,000 USD per annum; Annual ROI is 6.8%; Top employers are Amazon, IBM, Apple, etc.
    Graduate Employability ranks (2020): #39. 
    Executive MBA: $169,000.
    Masters in Finance: $155,000.
    MBA: $140,000
    Masters: $100,000

    Graduate Employability Rankings- #85 (QS 2020); Average annual salary: 70,205 USD; Top recruiters: Ohio State University, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, Cardinal Health Inc., OhioHealth; Highest paying salaries: MBA (103,815 USD), Masters in HRM (73,498 USD), MS Engineering (82,876 USD), MAcc (52,831 USD), BS Engineering (69,796 USD).

    Some of the highest paying degrees are doctorate: $149,000; Executive $145,000; MBA: $140,000; Masters (other): $110,000; BBA: $90,000, and BSc: $85,000. 

    In 2019 the institute had MBA employment rate of 91% after 3 months of Postgraduation. Average salary is around142,166 USD/year. Top hiring companies include, Bank of America, Citigroup, Deloitte, Facebook, Fedex, Google, Gartner, Mckinsey & Company, PWC, Tesla, Morgan Stanley.
    Executive MBA: $317,000
    MBA: $188,000
    Doctorate: $130,000
    MS in Finance: $96,000
    Baclelor of Arts: $90,000
    Masters in Science: $81,000

    Graduate employability rankings (2020)- #190-200
    Highest paid degrees- MBA $115,000.
    BSc- $90,000
    MSc- $85,000
    Master (other)- $80,000
    BA- $65,000

    Graduate employability rankings: #201-250
    MBA: $107,350
    MS: $81,000
    BSc: $78,000
    Avg. Annual alumni salary: $62,300
    Some of the top recruiters are Amazon, iRobot, Morgan Stanley, EY, Bose, Blackstone group, Wellington Management.

    Average salary is 79,000 USD per annum. Annual ROI is 9.5%. Popular employers are Ford Motor, General Motors, Quicken Loans, Amazon, etc. 

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    application requirements

    Official High School Transcripts.
    School Report.
    Counselor Recommendation.
    Two Teacher Recommendation.
    Arts Supplement (Videos, Creative Samples)  for Applying to Music Major.
    College Financial Aid Profile.


    Fill-in university’s short answer questions along with your UG applications. 

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    Admission & dates

    Early Action Deadlines

    November 1

    Application deadline

    Regular Decision Deadlines

    January 15

    Application deadline

    Test Scores For International Applicants

    ExamsAvg. ScoreMin ScoreMax. Score%Submitted
    Language Proficiency
    SAT Check Detailed Score14301340152051
    Evidence-Based Reading and Writing695650740-
    ACT Check Detailed Score32303369

    Case Western Reserve University Acceptance Rate

    29.0 %

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    Attendance Cost


    attendance cost

    The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees

    Tuition fees
    Undergraduate Programs
    $49,804 / Year
    Post Graduate Program
    $44,160 / Year
    On Campus
    Books & Supplies
    $1,200 / Year
    On campus, Single Room
    $10,340 / Year
    On Campus, Double Room
    $9,080 / Year
    On campus, Triple Suite Room
    $10,690 / Year
    Off Campus
    On Campus, Meal Plan
    $6,892 / Year
    Off campus (with family), Room & Board
    $4,520 / Year
    Off campus (with family), Other Expenses
    $4,520 / Year

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    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
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    American Bar Association
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    Liaison Committee on Medical Education
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    American Dental Association


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    College Rating

    Based on 5 Students Rating

    7.4 out of 10
    7.0/10Social Life


    9.2 /10

    I had a friend who recommended me to pursue my bachelor's degree in Data science and analytics from Case Western Reserve University. I also did research about the university on the web and read many different reviews from alumni and other people. I had filled an online application form for admission. Non-refundable $70 was paid by me as the application fee.

    Course Curriculum :

    My BS degree provided us with a broad foundation in the field and the instruction, skills, and experience needed to understand and handle large amounts of data that transforming vast amounts of data into one that focuses on the data's conversion to actionable information. The program had a unique focus on real-world data and real-world applications.

    9 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    10 /10 infrastructure
    9 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    10 /10 extracurricular
    7.7 /10

    I had completed my graduation from Case western university in Biomedical engineering and being highly satisfied with the curriculum and faculty at the university, I planned to pursue my MS and Ph.D. from the same university. An application fee of $50 along with Online Application was submitted by me. I had chosen this course and university as it gave me an opportunity for upward mobility, leadership, and higher pay opportunities, with increased knowledge.

    Course Curriculum :

    The curriculum provided breadth in biomedical engineering and biomedical sciences with depth in an engineering specialty. It helped me to develop the ability to work independently on biomedical research. Its flexible online degree program helped me to create a balance between theoretical knowledge and organizational challenges.

    9 /10 academic/food
    8 /10 faculty
    7 /10 infrastructure
    7 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    7 /10 extracurricular
    7.2 /10

    It was best for my particular course. I had looked at other colleges and their biomedical engineering classes but they weren't as exciting or interesting. Also, the campus of Case is so beautiful. It is very green and they care about the environment.

    Course Curriculum :

    I really like the course curriculum. As mentioned before It was the reason I chose this college. Most of the professors teaching the classes are good. Some aren't good. I really struggle to understand what they're saying.

    9 /10 academic/food
    7 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    4 /10 accomodation
    10 /10 placement
    5 /10 extracurricular
    5.0 /10

    This university is surrounded by three great hospitals that provided good research and internship opportunities. They also provided me with a merit scholarship. For these reasons, I decided to attend CWRU.

    Course Curriculum :

    The curriculum was challenging and time-consuming but covered topics in depth. Some courses were unnecessarily challenging and went into more detail than was necessary. Because of this, students are often overworked.

    7 /10 academic/food
    4 /10 faculty
    5 /10 infrastructure
    4 /10 accomodation
    5 /10 placement
    5 /10 extracurricular
    8.0 /10

    I love how CWRU offers a wonderful STEM education with plenty of opportunities for pre-health students. Being right next to the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals is a huge benefit, and having the opportunity to perform undergraduate research was something I couldn't turn down.

    Course Curriculum :

    I think the curriculum at CWRU is challenging but rewarding. I felt very prepared by the time I had to take my MCAT and did rather well as a result. I feel like the professors are very knowledgeable and good at instructing in their field of interest.

    9 /10 academic/food
    9 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    5 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular
    Case Western Reserve University, 10900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44106

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    Bus Station

    2074 Adelbert Rd0.02 km
    2121 Adelbert Rd (Rainbow Hospital Entrance)0.06 km
    2130 Adelbert Rd0.13 km
    Adelbert Rd & Euclid Av0.15 km
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    Washington Place Bistro & Inn0.67 km
    L'Albatros0.81 km
    La Dolce Vita0.96 km
    Mama Santa's1.05 km
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    Cleveland Clinic - Crile Building0.82 km
    Cleveland Clinic - Main Campus1.08 km

    Shopping Mall

    Cedar Fairmount1.40 km
    Martin Luther King Jr Plaza1.64 km
    Shops at Church Square2.01 km
    Buckeye Plaza2.52 km
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    Helipad0.31 km
    Helipad 20.34 km
    University Hospitals of Cleveland Heliport0.38 km
    Cleveland Clinic Foundation Heliport1.25 km
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    Book Store

    Uqbah Mosque Foundation0.75 km
    Joseph-Beth at Cleveland Clinic1.08 km
    Appletree Books1.28 km
    A Cultural Exchange2.23 km
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    Beth A. Kuhar, Crna1.11 km
    Marcie Parker, PharmD1.11 km
    Ted M. Crum, RPh1.11 km
    Todd M. Donnelly, RPH1.11 km
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