The College of Engineering (CoE) offers MS Merit Scholarships to admitted applicants who demonstrated exemplary achievements. These scholarships offer up to 40% of direct tuition costs. We do not offer research/teaching assistantships or fellowships for MS studies. Applicants who wish to be considered for a Scholarship must indicate so on the application for admission. They must also complete and submit the supplemental MS Merit Scholarship Application form.
Applicants need a strong academic record, as evidenced by:
- Grades in relevant coursework (cumulative gpa > 3.0)
- High scores on the GRE General Test (verbal plus quantitative > 300)
- Comprehensive letters of recommendation
- Acceptable scores on TOEFL or ILETS exams (English proficiency exams for international students only)
A BS degree in engineering is usually required for admission into a MS program. We will also consider students who do not have a engineering degree, but may ask them to take pre-requisite coursework to meet our admission requirements.
- August 2019 (fall) applications for admissions are still being accepted
- January 2020 applications are currently not available. Please check back at a later date for updates
Instructions On How To Apply
- Sign Up for an account on the EngineeringCAS website. Please note: Your application is not complete and we cannot begin your application review until we receive all required documentation. Your non-refundable application fee must be paid at the time you submit the application online.
- Send Official Transcripts. Request one official transcript from each post-secondary institution (college or university) that you have attended regardless if it was for a certificate, class, intensive program or degree. You must request the registrar of each institution you have attended to mail the official documentation directly to our mailing address (International Students must also review additional instructions).
- Submit three (3) letters of recommendation electronically as outlined on the application for admission.
- Send Official GRE Scores. All applicants must submit official (within five years of exam date) Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, which include the aptitude portion, as well as the most relevant advanced test in the major field if required by the department. Be sure to use the GRE code of 5815, so that your official scores are sent directly to us. Scores will only be considered official if sent directly to us from the testing agency. Institutional exam results are not valid for admission purposes.
- If you apply to the MS in Management of Technology program, send official Graduate Management Admission Test(GMAT) scores instead of GRE scores (within five years of exam date). Use the GMAT code of 7NV-S1-08, so that your official scores are sent directly to us.
- Complete the Essay. Students should submit a 500-word statement of academic and professional goals.
Additional Instructions For International Students Only
International students are required to submit additional information about English proficiency, transcript evaluation and visa requirements
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University of Miami
College of Engineering – Office of Admission
1251 Memorial Drive, Room 244
Coral Gables, Florida 33146-0620 U.S.A.