How to Apply

Graduate Admission information is available from the Office of Graduate and Professional Admissions at Rutgers University. A complete application for the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program consists of the electronic application, three letters of recommendation, the application fee ($70), official transcripts from previous academic institutions, a personal statement which addresses the reasons for the your interest in graduate study, GRE General test scores and TOEFL scores (if an international applicant). TOEFL and GRE scores have suggested minimums set by Rutgers that are useful in ascertaining the student's English and Quantitative abilities. Apply online for Biomedical Engineering at Rutgers HERE.

ALL PhD applications MUST be received by December 15 for consideration for the Fall cycle. BME at Rutgers admits students for fall terms. Supporting material must be received shortly thereafter. Fellowships are generally awarded at the time of offer of admission for the first year. International students applying from abroad must submit ALL application supporting material by January 15th. Early submission is strongly encouraged for all applicants.

ALL MS and M.Eng applications and supporting material MUST be received by February 1 for first consideration for the Fall cycle. BME at Rutgers admits students for fall terms.  There is no departmental funding for incoming masters students. Funding must be handled by the applicant.

Women and minority students are encouraged to apply.

For more information, visit BME Graduate Admission FAQs.