International Applicant for Engineering

<p>** SAT: **</p>

<p>800 M
800 W
760 CR</p>

<p>I will NOT be taking subject tests...</p>

<p>** GPA:** 4.0? (My average is 95/100~)</p>

<p>** Rank:** 7/214~ = 3.3%</p>

<p>** Prospective Major: **</p>

<p>Chemical Engineering <a href="first%20choice">i</a>*
Computer Science (software)
Electrical Engineering</p>

<p>** Cost: ** </p>

<p>I'm hoping that I will be able to get some decent scholarships from schools. Is this possible? I can afford $30K/year ($40K for the first year), but I will have to pay for tuition along the way as I alternate co-op work with school. I'm also hoping that I will be able to apply for RA in the dorms, because you get free housing for this right? So bottom line is, the cheaper the better. :D</p>

<p>** Please suggest: **
- Schools that offer scholarships
- Cheap schools or those public schools with tuition waiver programs (i.e. Georgia Tech)
- Schools with strong co-op programs</p>

<p>First, you have to take subject tests.</p>

<p>Olin, Cooper Union, Rose Hulman after schloarships should come in at arround 15-20K Cooper Union will just be COL. I haven't looked into the Stanford and MIT type of schools too much as far as financial aid goes.</p>

<p>Case Western offers a lot of merit aid to strong domestic applicants; not sure about internationals. But you'll almost surely need subject tests.</p>

<p>bumpppp?</p>

<p>10char</p>