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Cornell University

Ithaca, New York

USA

iSC Global Rank:

12

School:

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About

Located in New York, Cornell University is a member of the Ivy League. It was founded in 1865 and is affiliated with the Association of American Universities, the State University of New York, and the Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities. Cornell is also a partner of the State University of New York and is home to Nine undergraduate units.

Cornell University is renowned worldwide as the first university to award degrees in journalism and veterinary science in the United States. Its main Ithaca campus houses seven undergraduate colleges and seven graduate divisions. Each college and division defines its specific admission standards and academic programs with relative autonomy. 

From athletics to recreation, Cornell University's student life is about individual growth. The study environment is devoid of consternation, and the university aims to provide quality education to ensure that all community members can thrive. Besides, Cornell University is focused on safety and prevention, and it is made sure by the Cornell Police, who are available on campus and on-call 24/7 throughout the year. 

Cornell University has produced many notable alumni, including 47 Nobel laureates, 520 Fulbright Scholars, 62 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad fellows, 68 Goldwater Scholars, 36 Udall Scholars, and 33 Marshall, 33 Rhodes Scholars, 25 Truman Scholars, 21 Churchill Scholars, and 13 Gates Scholars.

Ranking & Accolades

12

iSC Global

Regional

10

iSC Regional

U.S. News

22

U.S. News

QS

21

QS

Times

22

Times

    1. Cornell University is ranked "#21" in "Top Universities" by "QS World University Ranking."
    2. Cornell University ranks "#17" in "Global Universities" by "U.S. News & World Report."
    3. It is ranked "#22" in World University Ranking" by "Times Higher Education."

Admission

Here's what Cornell University looks for in a student during the selection process. Learn about Cornell University's admission criteria, rate, and requirements below.

Acceptance Rate12.7 %

Undergraduate

Application Fee

80 USD

Minimum GPA

-

SAT Range

-

ACT Range

-

IELTS Range

7.5

TOEFL Range

100 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Graduate

Application Fee

105 USD

Minimum GPA

-

GRE Range

-

GMAT Range

-

IELTS Range

7

TOEFL Range

77 (iBT)

PTE Range

-

Courses

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Advanced Architectural Design

Masters

Degree

2 years

Tenure

60,286 USD

Tuition Fee

Aerospace Engineering

Doctorate

Degree

4 years

Tenure

29,500 USD

Tuition Fee

Aerospace Engineering

Masters

Degree

1 year

Tenure

58,586 USD

Tuition Fee

Africana Studies

Bachelors

Degree

4 years

Tenure

60,286 USD

Tuition Fee

Fees

Cost is an important aspect of choosing your dream college. Get detailed information about Cornell University's tuition fees, living expenses, and financial aid opportunities below.

Note: All the costs mentioned below are average costs annually

Undergraduate

Tuition Fee

58,586 USD

Cost of Attendance

77,222 USD

Scholarships

36,164 USD

Accomodation

15,796 USD

Graduate

Tuition Fee

43,298 USD

Cost of Attendance

73,624 USD

Scholarships

36,164 USD

Accomodation

19,140 USD

Highlights

Find miscellaneous information about students, campus, and faculty of Cornell University below.

Total Students

24027

International Students

25%

Student Gender Distribution

Male

Male

49%

Female

Female

58%

Student Faculty Ratio

Students

9

:

Faculty

01

Graduation Rate

93.6 %

Avg. Earning after Graduation (annually)

74,300 USD

Accomodation for Undergrad

Available (On-Campus)

Accomodation for Grad

Available (On-Campus)

Saudi Arabian Ministry of Education

Approved

Additional Info

Cornell University was awarded the world's first degree in Journalism.

Application Process

Online

International Email

info@cornell.edu

International Phone

+1 6072544636

Website

https://www.cornell.edu/

Location

Frequently Asked Questions

Most asked questions related to the university

What is the Big Red Barn at Cornell University?
Big Red Barn is an old carriage house turned student centre. It is a central place for eating and relaxing that hosts more than 400 events per year, including T.G.I.F. (Tell Grads It's Friday), Trivia Night, and Annual Year-End BBQ.
Is it mandatory to pay an application fee at Cornell University?
For undergraduate programs, Cornell's application fee is $80, and that for graduate programs is $105. The college may waive the fee in cases of financial hardship or for qualified participants of specific programs.
What is the Tata Scholarship Fund at Cornell University?
The Tata Scholarship Fund supports approximately 20 scholars at any given time. The scholarship is awarded yearly. Recipients receive the scholarship for the period of their undergraduate studies at the university.
Can I expect a fee waiver at Cornell?
Yes, a request for the fee waiver can be made on the fee waiver request form. This form will be on the payment page of the online application form. Eligible candidates must submit their application and the fee waiver request at the same time, right in the application form. The university reviews the waiver requests and sends notifications within 1-3 business days.
I belong to a low-income group family. Can I study at Cornell University?
Cornell University has an associate dean explicitly focused on ensuring that low-income students have what they need to thrive on campus by providing academic and social support resources. Financial aid is also available on a case-to-case basis.