Ranking  3      3
Country United States
City Santa Clara
Town Stanford
Bachelor (foreigners)47,331 USD/year.
Master (foreigners)44,184 USD/year.
Cost of living $859-1,425 USD/mon.
Acceptance Rate 5.8%
Official Website
General information
Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Private
Established
Abbreviation SU
Teachers 3,844
Students 16,407
Foreigners 21%
Religion None
Academic calendar Quarters
AdmissionBased on grades and examinations
Gender limitation No limits
Colors Cardinal red and white
Campus type Suburban
Housing Available
Financial aid Available
Distance learning Available
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
Motto
The wind of freedom blows
Accreditation
• WASC Senior College and University Commission
Affiliations
• Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)
• Association of American Universities (AAU). Sport affiliations and memberships National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
Rankings
World ranking3
Country ranking3
Academic Reputation5
Employer Reputation6
Quality of teaching32
International Faculty66
International Students169
Citations per Faculty12
Ranking in world by sphere
Arts and Humanities5
Engineering and Technology2
Life Sciences and Medicine6
Natural Science4
Social Sciences and Management5
Ranking in world by discipline
Mathematics2
Physics6
Chemistry3
Computer Science1
Economics & Business7
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking3
QS World University Rankings4
ARWU Academic Ranking2
Webometrics Ranking3
Alternative title
Russian Стэнфордский университет
Spanish Universidad de Stanford
Chinese 斯坦福大学
Arabic جامعة ستانفورد
French Université Stanford
German Stanford Universität
Japanese スタンフォード大学
Korean 스탠퍼드대학교
Portuguese Universidade de Stanford
English Stanford University
Location on map - Stanford University
Stanford University (SU) is one of the most famous education and research centers of the world, one of the most advanced universities in the field of high technology and IT. Many Stanford graduates founded their own commercial projects which today bring billions of profits.

Study Cost at Stanford University

.Minimum(When receiving financial support) On average
StudyingUSD 48,927 USD
Hall of residenceUSD18,606 USD
FoodUSD 7,940 USD
Personal expenses3,000 USD5,520 USD
Transportation1,760 USD1,760 USD
Studying materials2,040 USD2,040 USD
Medical contribution on campus868 USD868 USD
Medical insurance5,208 USD5,208 USD
Total12,876 USD85,661 USD

Study Cost of Doing a Master’s Course at Stanford University

.Minimum(When receiving financial support) On average
StudyingUSD48,927 USD
Hall of residenceUSD18,606 USD
FoodUSD7,940 USD
Personal expenses3,000 USD5,520 USD
Transportation1,760 USD1,760 USD
Studying materials2,040 USD2,040 USD
Medical contribution on campus868 USD868 USD
Medical insurance5,208 USD5,208 USD
Total12,876 USD85,661 USD

History of Stanford University

Stanford University was founded in 1885 by a former governor of California and an entrepreneur Leland Stanford. The businessman moved to the West during the Gold Rush and made his fortune as a railroad tycoon. The university was founded and named in honor of Leland Stanford Jr., who died suddenly from typhus at the age of 15 in 1884. A few weeks after Leland's death, Mr. Stanford told his wife Jane that he wanted to immortalize their son's name, and from that moment ‘the children of California shall be our children’. The university campus project was designed by an architect and designer Frederick Law Olmsted who also designed Central Park and Prospect Park in New York city.
The first academic year began on October 1, 1891. Since the first days of lectures, men and women studying together has been introduced here which for that time has become quite a bold and progressive step. The University withstood the earthquake in 1906 but with serious losses: most of the campus was destroyed. The university has often experienced financial difficulties.
In the 1930s, a professor Frederick Terman encouraged his students and graduates to try their hand at so-called educational enterprises. Many of them founded their own companies next to the university, and so the foundation of Silicon Valley was laid — a huge region where the largest IT companies are located.

Infrastructure and Location of Stanford University

Stanford University is located in Palo Alto, a small town, in the heart of famous Silicon Valley. It takes half an hour to get there from San Francisco (California, USA). The university campus, as well as laboratories and other buildings of the university, are located on 8180 acres (more than 33 km²) of land. There are more than seven hundred buildings at the disposal of Stanford University, and the university classrooms are equipped with the cutting-edge technology.
There are 18 independent laboratories, scientific centers and institutes on the Stanford campus, and 20 libraries are available for students practically during 24 hours. Not far from the university campus are several hospitals and clinics, there is also a church, a shopping center (which has 140 boutiques and shops) and even an art gallery on its territory.

Faculties of Stanford University

SchoolDegrees Duration
School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences
  • Bachelor's
  • Master's
  • 4 years
  • 1 year
  • School of Humanities and Sciences
    • Bachelor’s
    • Master's
  • 4 years
  • 1-2 years
  • School of Engineering
    • Bachelor’s
    • Master's
  • 4 years
  • 1-2 years
  • Graduate School of Education
    • Master's
  • 1-2 years
  • School of Medicine
    • Master's
    • MD(Doctor of Medicine)
  • 2 years
  • 4-6 years(Depends on a particular medical program)
  • Law School
    • JD
    • LLM(Master of Laws)
  • 3 years
  • 1 year
  • Graduate School of Business
    • MBA
    • MSx(Master of Science in Management)
  • 2 years
  • 1 year
    • School of Medicine. According to the QS rating, it is constantly one of the most powerful schools of medicine in the world, on the basis of which several medical institutions (Lucile's Packard Children's Hospital and Stanford Hospital), where future specialists get practical experience, work.
    • Law School. The school exists almost from the very foundation of the university. It offers education in 21 specializations (from state law to business and biotechnology). Stanford University is one of the top ten universities in the world in law teaching, and in the USA the university is second only to Harvard and Yale Universities in this field.
    • School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences. Despite the fact that this school was formed only by the middle of the 20 century, the study of environmental sciences is top rank in Stanford. Here the problems of saving the planet's energy resources, climate change, natural disasters are being studied. The school cooperates with the San Andreas Fault Observatory.
    • School of Humanities and Sciences. The school offers training in 50 separate fields: from languages and literature to sociology and physics. More than 75% of undergraduate students study at the faculty. The teaching of the natural sciences at Stanford University is considered to be one of the most high-rated in the world.
    • Graduate School of Education. The school prepares a new generation of teachers for teaching at secondary schools and universities.
    • School of Engineering is the most powerful faculty in academic terms. It has 84 laboratories at its disposal, where students have the opportunity to work on their scientific projects.
    • Graduate School of Business. The school allows to do a master's degree in management and business administration. The MBA diploma of the Stanford University School of Business will be an excellent foundation for a successful career in entrepreneurship. The Stanford School of Business is included in the "Magnificent Seven" of the USA business schools and is constantly listed in the top 10 world rankings. Graduate School of Business also offers post-graduate courses where more than a hundred talented students study.
    Stanford University uses a unique for the USA quarter system of education — in the majority of other American universities students study in accordance with semester division, so the exams dates and the beginning of academic year at Stanford are different from all other universities. The summer quarter is short and students do not need to fill it with courses, but during the summer, you can quickly earn the necessary credits and be ready in advance for the thesis or term paper presentation.
    Quarter Dates
    Autumn24 Sept. — 14 Dec.
    Winter7 Jan. — 22 Mar.
    Spring1 Apr. — 12 June
    Summer24 June — 17 Aug.
    1. Computer science
    2. Human biology
    3. Engineering science
    4. Mechanical engineering
    5. Science, technology and society

    Scientific Achievements of Stanford University

    • Stanford University has more than 5000 research and scientific projects sponsored by investors and patrons of art.
    • In 2013-2014, 1 USD.35 billion was allocated for university projects. Most of the projects are funded by the Federal Government.
    • In 2013, a carbon nanotube computer was created here.
    • Stanford University researchers created four "artificial synapses" based on a silicon chip.
    • University specialists are working on a new generation of lithium-ion batteries.
    • The University created self-cooling solar panels.
    • Stanford University is developing promising developments in the use of stem cells.
    • Stanford medical students take part in an interesting experiment: since 2014 they have been using Google Glasses during surgeries.
    • In 1971, a famous Stanford prison experiment was performed at the faculty of psychology. A psychologist Philip Zimbardo simulated prison conditions at SU and investigated how an ordinary person reacts to a complete restriction of freedom.

    Why is it Worth Choosing Stanford University?

    • Stanford University is located in famous Silicon Valley. It appeared around the university not by accident: the university graduates took an active part in the creation of such IT companies as Hewlett-Packard, Sun Microsystems, Yahoo!, NVIDIA, eBay, CISCO, Electronic Arts and Google.
    • Stanford houses famous Cantor Center for Visual Arts with 24 galleries, sculptural gardens and terraces.
    • At SU works National Accelerator Laboratory SLAC with a two-mile underground accelerator. It is the longest linear accelerator in the world. The first web page in the USA was created in the SLAC laboratory.
    • Stanford University's target capital is 21 USD.4 billion (as of August 31, 2014), which allows the university to provide financial support to its students.
    • Stanford University has 625 groups divided according to the interests of students, including 14 religious communities.
    • Students move around the university by bicycles. Stanford has its own bike park which has more than 13000 bicycles.
    • Stanford University is known for the fact that the curriculum in the university is developed individually for each student. The ratio of the number of students and teachers at the university is five to one.
    • More than 50 Stanford teachers are Nobel Prize winners.
    • 90% of Stanford University graduates successfully find work during the first few months, and their salary is considered to be the highest if compared with other prestigious universities in the United States.
    • Every year Stanford University conducts more than 200 conferences and seminars where university students take part.

    Entry Requirements for Stanford University

    -Bachelor's degreeMaster’s degree
    Online applicationon the university website
    Registration fee90 USD 125 USD
    Personal achievements
    • wins in olympiads
    • sports achievements
  • publications
  • participation in conferences and summer schools
  • participation in the university life
  • GPA3.8+3.8+
    Tests
    • SAT 1390-1540 points
    • ACT 32-35 points
  • GRE 160 points
  • GMAT 680-770 points(for School of Business)
  • MCAT 518-519 points(for School of Medicine)
  • TOEFL(IELTS is not accepted)100 89-100
    Transcripts
    • six-year progress report
    • a standard excerpt from school
    a supplement about courses and grades from the university
    Recommendations
    • 2 from teachers(English, math, science, foreign language or history)
  • 3 from professors
  • Certificate of Educationcertificate of general secondary educationbachelor's degree certificate
    Personal documents
  • a motivation letter
  • Statement of Purpose
  • portfolio
  • Statistics of Admission at Stanford University

    Applicants (Undergraduate studies)44073
    Applicants admitted 2085 people
    Applicants enrolled 1703 people (5 %)
    Percentage of foreigners12%
    Foreign students
    • China
    • India
    • South Korea
    • Canada
    • France

    Stanford University Master’s Courses Statistics

    Total Students9368
    Percentage of foreign students34%
    Popular fields
    • Engineering (34%)
    • Humanities and natural sciences (24%)
    • Medicine (13%)
    • Business (11%)

    Deadline for Applications Submission at Stanford University

    .Restrictive Early ActionRegular Decision
    ExaminationsMarch — May March — May
    Deadline1 November2 January
    Commission decision 8 December30 March
    Student's decision1 May1 May
    Course selection1 August1 August
    Classes start28 Aug. — 15 Sept.28 Aug. — 15 Sept.
    If an applicant enters a creative course, it is necessary to prepare an appropriate portfolio and submit documents a month before the deadlines of all other fields.

    Scholarships and Grants at Stanford University

    More than 80% of Stanford students receive financial aid, 58% of them are financed from the university fund, other students are given support by private organisations. Foreign students do not have the opportunity to receive financial aid directly from the university — this is done by outside organizations. Consequently, the amount of aid for foreign students may be lower than for the USA citizens because most of the help to American students is provided by the university (an average scholarship is 51,614 USD). And these organizations give undergraduate students support only in case if the application for financial aid was filled in when they submitted documents to Stanford University.
    Family incomeScholarship Average study cost
    < 65,000 USD / year 68,097 USD4,832 USD
    100,000 USD / year52,295 USD16,039 USD
    200,000 USD / year26,481 USD41,911 USD
    Financial aid is also offered to foreign students of master's and PhD programs who study engineering, environmental disciplines, space sciences and related disciplines. There are programs for future engineers DOE Computational Science Graduate Fellowship, Ford Fellowship, Fulbright-Hays and many others at Stanford University. The scholarships range from 10,000 USD to 38,000 USD. There is one of NASA's research laboratories in Stanford, and the organization could not refuse to provide financial aid to university students. The scholarship is called NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships. The program is aimed at supporting postgraduate students conducting research in the field of space development. The maximum scholarship is 78,000 USD. Stanford University also provides scholarships for students who study the humanities and who in the future wish to devote their lives to teaching (at schools or universities). The scholarship ranges from 4,000 USD to 8,000 USD for 9 months of study. In addition, Stanford University has grants from the Graduate Student Aid fund. Assistance is offered to PhD students who are in a difficult financial situation (high costs for treatment, dental services) and cannot solve their financial problems on their own. The amount of the grant depends on a particular situation and is discussed with each student individually.
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    Additional Opportunities — Studying at the Double Degree Program at Stanford University

    Students at Stanford University have a unique chance to become holders of two diplomas in different fields. Most often this opportunity is used by students of MBA programs, combining the chosen field with an engineering or economic specialty (for example, for a couple of years you can get an MBA and a master's degree in computer science, environmental safety or international politics and law). You can study for the second specialty both at the university itself and at partner universities which Stanford University has signed cooperation agreements with. Postgraduate students have the opportunity to obtain the Ivy League Universities degrees at Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Medical School, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, Yale Law School and the Yale School of Medicine.

    International Exchange Programs and Internships at Stanford University

    Stanford University offers its students to spend an academic year in one of the partner universities in Europe and the United States. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to study selected subjects at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Spelman College in Atlanta and Dartmouth College in Hanover. For postgraduate students, exchange programs with The University of California, Berkeley and The University of California, San Francisco are available.

    Free of Charge Studying at Stanford University

    Stanford University, like any other prestigious university, is interested in attracting the most talented and intellectually advanced students, so when considering applications, the admission committee does not take into account the solvency of an applicant. Moreover, the university allocates considerable funds for financing talented students who would like to study at Stanford University, but do not have such an opportunity since the cost of an annual program ranges from 30,000 USD to 60,000 USD (depending on the field of study). Students whose families have income of less than 125,000 USD per year can claim aid from the university. In this case, students are exempt from tuition fees. If the family income is less than 65,000 USD per year, a student does not pay tuition fee, dormitory accommodation and meals in student canteens located on campus.
    In any case, a student will have to pay some amount of money starting from 5,000 USD even if the university fully covers the studying costs. You can earn money on the campus (for example, a student can assist a teacher or help in a laboratory or library) or work during the summer vacation to get this sum of money back.

    Living in Stanford University Hall of Residence

    11.5 thousand of Stanford University students live in 77 halls of residence on campus. Some buildings are multi-storey constructions, others are one-family houses. In addition, the university has women's and men's communities which also occupy separate halls of residence. Most of the buildings are located outside the central part of the campus, the halls of residence are located in such a way that it takes no more than 10 minutes to arrive at classes. The campus is home to about half of all master's students.
    The cost of living in a single apartment is about 350 USD per month. The rooms in almost all halls of residence are standard, furnished with a desk, bed, wardrobe, a pair of chairs, a reading lamp and bookshelves. Toilet, shower and kitchen are shared with other students. There are rooms for rest and studying in the buildings, where students can have fun together with their fellow students.

    Famous Graduates and Professors of Stanford University

    • Sergey Brin is a well-known scientist, specialist in the field of information and computer technology, an entrepreneur, one of the developers of the Google search system. He got a master’s degree in engineering at Stanford University.
    • Philip Knight is a former student of Stanford University, a couple of years after getting the MBA degree he founded the company Nike which produces sportswear.
    • Mukesh Ambani is a businessman and philanthropist from India, the owner and one of the shareholders of Reliance. The fortune of the entrepreneur is estimated at 32 USD billion. He studied for an MBA, but did not finish the program.
    • Bertrand Meyer graduated from the computer technology department at Stanford University, is the creator the Eiffel programming language.
    • John Kennedy — the 35th President of the United States, studied on the MBA program until 1942.

    Interesting Facts about Stanford University

    • Stanford University students celebrate Halloween in the crypt — a Stanford University family mausoleum.
    • Another interesting tradition which students follow from year to year — Full Moon on the Quad. At night when the full moon appears, the seniors exchange kisses with the freshmen.
    • Sometimes on Stanford University campus very loud screams can be heard: students call it Primal scream. Usually students scream during the so-called ‘dead week’ (days before the exams). Every midnight during seven days students open windows in their residences and scream relieving stress. During the ‘dead week’ teachers organize a ‘night breakfast’ for students. This is also a tradition.
    • In the 1920s, the study cost at Stanford University was about 120 USD per year.
    • The very first master programs on the West Coast were opened exactly at Stanford University.

    The Process of Entrance to Stanford University

    Many people want to study at Stanford University, but only a few of them enter it because it is one of the most selective and demanding US universities. Admission to Stanford University involves participation in a stiff competitive selection based on the academic performance of an entrant, his/her personal qualities and achievements. If a future student has leadership qualities, the desire to change the world and to contribute to the development of science, it plays a primary role in the final decision of the admission committee.
    At Stanford University, first of all, applicants with high ACT or SAT exam tests scores, excellent knowledge of the English language confirmed by the American TOEFL certificate and a high average score of the diploma or certificate of general secondary education are considered. In addition to meeting standard requirements, the Stanford University admission committee expects an applicant to write an essay or a Statement of Purpose in English where a future student needs to demonstrate his/her goals and the experience he/she has gained during the years of studying or work.
    A university entrant should have a clear idea of what he/she wants to do in the future and what benefits he/she can bring other people (especially it concerns entrants who apply for postgraduate degree courses). Since Stanford is imbued with the entrepreneurship spirit here the admission committee likes to read motivation letters with original ideas.
    At Stanford University, special attention is paid to the personal qualities of a future student, so another equally important point is the availability of academic recommendations (at least three) written by the entrant's teachers (for undergraduates) or professors (it concerns postgraduates). If an applicant enters Stanford University to do an MBA program, he/she needs to provide recommendations from his/her employer or teacher.
    The final stage of the entrance campaign is a personal interview. Basically Stanford professors prefer to interview future postgraduate students, asking questions not only about the chosen field of study, but also more general questions to determine the intellectual potential of an applicant and the level of his/her interest in studying.

    Preparation of Documents for Stanford University

    The admission committee will not consider an applicant if the documents sent by him/her are not in order, i.e. they are incorrectly filled in, have grammatical or lexical errors. Therefore, first of all, it is important to prepare papers in accordance with the requirements and standards set by Stanford University. Even the smallest mistake can cost an applicant a place in a prestigious university.
    Each applicant who wants to study abroad makes a decision on his/her own — to enter the university on his/her own, collecting the necessary papers, or to trust the specialists. If you are not completely sure that you will be able to overcome all the difficulties of the entrance campaign on your own, we are ready to offer you our professional help:
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    Programs - Bachelor

    Bachelor Aeronautics and Astronautics
    Bachelor African and African American Studies
    Bachelor American Studies
    Bachelor Anthropology
    Bachelor Archaeology
    Bachelor Architectural Design
    Bachelor Art
    Bachelor Asian American Studies
    Bachelor Atmosphere/Energy
    Bachelor Bioengineering
    Bachelor Biology
    Bachelor Biomechanical Engineering
    Bachelor Biomedical Computation
    Bachelor Chemical Engineering
    Bachelor Chemistry
    Bachelor Chicana/o Studies
    Bachelor Civil Engineering
    Bachelor Classics
    Bachelor Communication
    Bachelor Comparative Literature
    Bachelor Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity
    Bachelor Computer Science
    Bachelor Drama
    Bachelor Earth Systems
    Bachelor East Asian Languages
    Bachelor East Asian Studies
    Bachelor Economics
    Bachelor Electrical Engineering
    Bachelor Energy Resources Engineering
    Bachelor Engineering Physics
    Bachelor English
    Bachelor Engr. Geol. & Hydrogeology
    Bachelor Environmental Engineering
    Bachelor Feminist Studies
    Bachelor French and Italian
    Bachelor Geological & Environmental Sciences
    Bachelor Geophysics
    Bachelor German Studies
    Bachelor History
    Bachelor Human Biology
    Bachelor Iberian and Latin American Cultures
    Bachelor Individually Designed Major
    Bachelor International Relations
    Bachelor Jewish Studies (Individually Designed)
    Bachelor Linguistics
    Bachelor Management Science and Engineering
    Bachelor Material Science and Engineering
    Bachelor Mathematical & Computational Science
    Bachelor Mathematics
    Bachelor Mechanical Engineering
    Bachelor Music
    Bachelor Native American Studies
    Bachelor Philosophy and Literature
    Bachelor Philosophy and Religious Studies
    Bachelor Physics
    Bachelor Political Science
    Bachelor Product Design
    Bachelor Psychology
    Bachelor Public Policy
    Bachelor Religious Studies
    Bachelor Science, Technology, & Society (B.A.)
    Bachelor Science, Technology, & Society (B.S.)
    Bachelor Slavic Languages and Literatures
    Bachelor Sociology
    Bachelor Symbolic Systems
    Bachelor Urban Studies

    Programs - Master

    Master Aeronautics and Astronautics
    Master African Studies
    Master Anthropology
    Master Applied Physics
    Master Art History
    Master Art Practice
    Master Biochemistry
    Master Bioengineering
    Master Biology
    Master Biomedical Informatics (M.S.)
    Master Biomedical Informatics (Ph.D.)
    Master Biophysics
    Master Business
    Master Cancer Biology
    Master Chemical and Systems Biology
    Master Chemical Engineering
    Master Chemistry
    Master Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Master Classics
    Master Communication
    Master Comparative Literature
    Master Computational and Mathematical Engineering
    Master Computer Science
    Master Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education (CTE)
    Master Developmental and Psychological Sciences (DAPS)
    Master Developmental Biology
    Master Documentary Film and Video
    Master Drama
    Master East Asian Languages and Cultures
    Master East Asian Studies
    Master Economics
    Master Electrical Engineering
    Master Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
    Master Energy Resources Engineering
    Master English
    Master Environmental Earth System Science
    Master Epidemiology
    Master Financial Mathematics
    Master French
    Master French and Italian
    Master Genetics
    Master Geological and Environmental Sciences
    Master Geophysics
    Master German Studies
    Master Health Services Research
    Master History
    Master Human Genetics
    Master Humanities
    Master Iberian and Latin American Cultures
    Master Immunology Program
    Master International Policy Studies
    Master Italian
    Master Latin American Studies
    Master Law
    Master Learning, Design and Technology (LDT)
    Master Linguistics
    Master Management Science and Engineering
    Master Master of Liberal Arts
    Master Materials Science and Engineering
    Master Mathematics
    Master Mechanical Engineering
    Master Medicine
    Master Microbiology and Immunology
    Master Modern Thought and Literature
    Master Molecular and Cellular Physiology
    Master Music
    Master Neurosciences
    Master Philosophy
    Master Physics
    Master Political Science
    Master Psychology
    Master Religious Studies
    Master Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
    Master Slavic Languages and Literatures
    Master Social Sciences, Humanities & Interdisciplinary Policy Studies in Education (SHIPS)
    Master Sociology
    Master Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP)
    Master Statistics
    Master Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine
    Master Structural Biology
    Master Symbolic Systems
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