With an aim to nurture global leaders and pioneers, Rose-Hulman institute of Technology was established in Indiana, US in the year 1874. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, the organization offers a plethora of undergraduate and graduate courses in ranging streams of computer science, engineering, economics, among others, and is one of the coveted names in the entire US Education System.
The atmosphere on campus is of a close-knit community which sends out family vibes and guranetess undiscriminated chance for all to learn and grow with the small class sizes ranging between 20-30. Though the acceptance rate observed at the institute is nearly 68%, the admissions at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology are highly competitive and only cream of the crop finally makes it.
While the final deadline for undergraduate applicants is February 1, there is also an early consideration deadline of November 1. This early consideration deadline is highly recommended and increases chances of enrollment at the organization.
By the end of the study program, students are ensured of obtaining a job as every year more than 98% employment rate is seen across the 3 massive careers fairs that the college hosts, making it one of the prominent choices for international students to study in the USA.
|Type of College||Private STEM Institute|
|Application fee||50 USD|
|International application Deadline||February 1|
|Student -faculty ratio-||11:1|
|Degrees offered||Bachelor's and Master's. (No doctoral programmes)|
|Test scores accepted||ACT/SAT; GMAT/GRE|
|English Proficiency Scores||IELTS or equivalent|
|Financial Aid for International Students||Available as Scholarships, Grants and Loans|
The institute offers an array academic programs which majorly lean towards undergraduate level but there isn't a lack of graduate courses as well. The available courses for international students are provided at the ranking levels of degree, certificate and diplomas in both full-time and online mode.
The programs are available across its 14 academic departments including Biology & Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science & Software Engineering, Mathematics and Humanities & Social Sciences, to name a few. Multiple minors are also offered to the candidates in order to help them customize their degree and simultaneously follow their passion with main-stream academics.
Some of the popular courses that rank in the list of favourites among international applicants are as mentioned below.
The lush beautiful campus of the institute is spread in a vast land of 200 acres near Terre Haute, Indiana which is a small city just one hour west from Indianapolis. The campus comprises outstanding professors, motivated students and dedicated staff who inculcate the spirit and 100 years old tradition of the organization and merge it forward with technology and advancement.
Offering over 90 clubs and teams like Human Powered Vehicle Team, gardening club, drama club along with endless opportunities for athletes at hearts in the form of basketball courts, climbing wall and swimming pool, the institute ensures the students are never short of options in terms of entertainment.
It also takes pride in its outstanding food service served by multiple award-winning chefs that guarantee almost every imaginable delicacy to your very table.
The institute offers various accommodation alternatives for its candidates coming from around the world. Where it is mandatory for freshman to live on-campus, upperclassmen can choose if they would like to explore other options. However, living on-campus means fewer distractions, safety and more friends, and thus is highly recommended for all the students.
The available residence options are provided across 8 housing buildings namely Apartment East & West, Blumberg Hall, BSB Hall, Deming HAll, Lakeside, Mees, Percopo, Scharpenberg, Skinner and Speed, some of which are discussed in details as follows:
Early application deadline is November 1 and the student is notified before December 15. Regular decision applicants have to submit their application and necessary supporting documents by February 1.
Some of the key dates to remember for sending in application entries are as mentioned below.
|Type of Deadline||Date|
|Applications Accepted||August 1 to February 1|
|Early Action Deadline||November 1|
|Early Action Admission Decisions||December 15|
|Regular Decision Deadline||February 1|
|Regular Decision Admission Decisions||March 15|
|Enrollment Deposit Due||May 1|
Basic Mandatory Requirements
Minimum scores for the tests taken for admission:
NOTE: There are different program-specific requirements as well which a candidate should take a separate note of before applying.
It is always recommended to have a pre idea of the estimated budget for international students looking to study in the US before applying to an institute. The detailed list of basic expenses including approximate tuition fee is as compiled below.
|Type of Expenditure||Cost (In USD)|
|Books and Supplies||1,500|
The institute believes in education for all and thus provides aid in the form of studentships, awards, grants, loans and work-study programs for its various aspirants. Some of the scholarships for international students hoping to study in the USA available at the institute are as follows:
Rose-Hulman Merit Scholarship
Offered on the 2 individual factors which include:
Bakota Family Scholarship
The Class of 1940 Scholarship
Work-study programs encourage the students to be financially smart and independent. The available job type may be of community service and is flexible around the college schedule. An average of eight hours per week of work is desirable to cover the full amount of typical award . Job opportunities available can be looked at the Human Resources page under the official college website.
|Institution Type||Private (Not for Profit)|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$48,507 / Year|
|Student : Faculty Ratio||2 : 1|
|Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Enrollment||2352|
|Average Graduation Rate||83.3%|
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
|Undergraduate Programs||$48,507 / Year|
|Post Graduate Program||$48,507 / Year|
|On Campus Accomodation|
|Books & Supplies||$1,500 / Year|
|On campus, Room & Board||$14,061 / Year|
|On Campus, Other Expenses||$1,458 / Year|
|Off Campus Accomodation|
|Off campus (not with family), Room & Board||$14,061 / Year|
|Off campus (not with family), Other Expenses||$1,458 / Year|
|Off campus (with family), Room & Board||$1,500 / Year|
|Off campus (with family), Other Expenses||$1,458 / Year|
|North Central Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Total Faculty||Full Time||Part time||Graduate Assistants|
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary