Best Mechanical Engineering Schools in the US. University Rankings 2020

We owe most of the modern comforts to the miracles of engineering. From public transport to warm water, from international flights to blazing-fast telecommunication, and many other systems and machines are built, maintained, and fixed by mechanical engineers.

Being a very well-paid and in-demand profession, it’s hardly surprising that numerous international students enrol in Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in Mechanical Engineering. If you’re one of them and want to study in the USA, let’s go through the best mechanical engineering schools, using the latest global university rankings.

1. U.S. News Rankings 2020: Mechanical Engineering

View other top-ranked American engineering schools on USNews.com.

2. QS Rankings by Subject 2020: Mechanical Engineering

Check out the full ranking on the official TopUniversities website.

3. World University Rankings 2020: Mechanical Engineering

  • Caltech
  • Stanford University
  • Harvard University
  • MIT
  • Princeton University
  • UCLA
  • Georgia Tech
  • UCB
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • University of Michigan – Ann Arbor

The full mechanical engineering ranking is available on TimesHigherEducation.com.

4. Niche Rankings 2020: Mechanical Engineering

Learn more about the methodology behind the Niche Rankings.

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Student reviews of the best mechanical engineering schools in the US

You can find reviews left by students on many university pages on our portals. This is how you learn more about the academic and social environment, the professors, and whether life in a certain city matches your expectations.

Student reviews of universities on Studyportals' websites

Princeton University

“Studying at Princeton University was life-changing. The impact that their professors and opportunities had on my academic and future professional career cannot truly be placed into words. I will always feel grateful for having had such a blessed honor to study there.”

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

“My experience was great for a big, public university in the U.S. It was along the lines of a typical American university which offered many and almost all disciplines. The social life and student life are all very ideal for Bachelor studies as it is a college town with everything necessary for comfortable student living. The only downside is the distance to the closest city (3 hours), which makes it slightly isolated, but this is a pro and a con!”

Cornell University

“I had a very rewarding experience at Cornell University. It is a very rigorous university that pushes your boundaries, forcing you to adapt to a faster pace than previously used to. Being in an environment of brilliant students, talented faculty, and an abundance of resources helps you become the best you can.”

Yale University

“Yale is a great place to study because it fosters the interdepartmental exchange between scholars of different fields. The opportunities at Yale are immense. Support exists in every fashion. Facilities and resources are unparalleled. Definitely recommend.”

You can also check out online Bachelors and Masters in Mechanical Engineering.

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