About the University
The university was founded in 1869 after Lafayette businessman John Purdue donated land and money to establish a college of science, technology, and agriculture in his name. The first classes were held on September 16, 1874, with six instructors and 39 students.
The university offers a handful courses of all fields for the students to choose from. More than 80 graduate programs are offered at West Lafayette campus and nearly 40 programs at 3 other campuses - Purdue Fort Wayne, Purdue Northwest (Hammond), IUPUI (Indianapolis) across Indiana.
The program details in accordance with the campuses of University is detailed in the below link for reference.
Applying for admission
The students must check for the program of interest to apply and its requirements. Then an application account has to be created for applying to the university in the below link
Further information regarding the LOR, test score requirements, application status can be checked through this link
Competitive test score requirements
*TOEFL score(paper based exam)
*TOEFL score(Internet based exam)
The application code varies with campus and has to be chosen with the choice of Purdue University campus
GRE and GMAT score requirements is determined by the specific program and department for different campuses. For department websites use the link
The fee structure has categories of general fee, rehabilitation, technology fee, student wellness fee and student activity fee. In addition to these categories non-resident students have a tuition fee of $9401.00
The link guides the fee structure for 2018-19.
Financial aid and scholarships
The students of Purdue University has several funding options like assistantships, grants, fellowships, loans and other financial aids.
Types of aids:
Loans and Financial aids
Applying for financial aid:
Searching for the funding options before choosing the course.
Preparing for the application process.
Applying for the funding. https://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/funding/how-to-apply-for-funding.html
Housing is provided for the students by the university according to the candidate's choice.
The students have the options to choose from the co-ed housing, male housing and female housing.
The housing facilities, moving in and faculty guidance can be surfed through the following link
The Center for Career Opportunities helps the undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni with job opportunities. The center offers its services at West Lafayette campus of Purdue University. The services and appointments can be done with the below link
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