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Florida Institute of Technology

Florida, United States | Private

About

The institute was founded in 1958 in the Melbourne district of Florida. Florida Institute of Technology, or Florida Tech, was initially built for space training program, for people who are working now in Kennedy Space Centre. More than 3,000 students enrol in the college for the under-grad program. The college offers programs in many fields but half the population in the college enrol for Engineering courses.

Cost

$15,200

Average Living Expenses (Bachelors)

$17,980

Average Living Expenses (Masters)

Rankings

#525

US News ranking

#801-1000

Times New ranking

Admissions

65%

Avg acceptance rate (Bachelors)

$50

Application Fee

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Location

Known as the Space coast of the Atlantic Ocean, the school’s location makes it a perfect location to explore the water adventures. So, as the weekends come, or you feel like you need to ditch studies for a while, put on your surfing suits and head to the water to surf or just catch some regular fish. For people who would like to get a taste of the beach, Miami is just 3-hour drive away.

Campus

In the year 2013, Florida Institute of Technology enlisted 4,866 students in its main campus. 69% of the students enlisted from United States of America itself, the other 41% of the total students came from 101 countries

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  • Davis Apartments,
  • Faculty

    The faculty of Florida Institute of Technology are highly-qualified and well-read. The student-faculty ratio of the institute is 9:1, which makes guidance more accessible for students. This school also consist of 150 grad-learning students who teach class or assist the professor which means you could get some really young and cool teachers for your semester. But make sure to ask the faculty to what extent are they responsible for your studies so that your money don’t go down the drain.

    Jobs and placements

    95% of the FIT alumni report being employed, serving in the military, or have enrolled themselves in grad school. Of those who are employed, 90% are working in a job that directly relates to their academic field of study, of which more than half of them earning a whopping salary of $50,000 a year. That is impressive.

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