California Institute of Technology

The California Institute of Technology, or Caltech, is located in Pasadena, California. The school is largely residential, with approximately 95% of the student body living in residence. First-year students are required to live on-campus.

Caltech was founded in 1891 as a vocational and preparatory school. In 1910, these schools were disbanded, and today Caltech is a private research university. Six academic divisions emphasize science and engineering. Caltech offers programs in Humanities and Social Sciences, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Biology and Biological Engineering, Geological and Planetary Sciences, Engineering and Applied Science, Astronomy, Mathematics and Physics.

University Profile

Ranking #5 #4
University Name California Institute of Technology
Acronym CalTech
Year Established 1891
Motto The truth shall make you free
Colors Orange and White

Contact

Address 1200 East California Boulevard, Pasadena, California, United States
Phone +1 (626) 395-6811
Fax +1 (626) 795-1547
Website California Institute of Technology Website
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Programs and Courses

Doctorate Degrees Master Degrees Bachelor Degrees Diplomas
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Admission Info

Please use the following links to get information on graduate and undergraduate admissions to California Institute of Technology.

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Scholarship and Financial Aids

Over 98% of the graduate students studying at California Institute of Technology receives fundings in the form of fellowships, research or teaching assistantships, or a combination of them to cover all their tuition fees. This is mostly awarded on annual basis based on the academic progress of the student. The Caltech website states that the student does not need to submit a separate application for the financial aids. Around 99% of the PhD students also get full financial aid. You may get more information on financial support offerred by Caltech in the following links.

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