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Stanford University Graduate School Admission Results

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This page shows the recent graduate admission results for Stanford University. These results automatically update with new admission results submissions, so you can check back to see when others have been accepted, rejected, or waitlisted to specific schools and programs.

About

Stanford University, in Stanford, California, is a prestigious private research institution known for its academic excellence and innovation. Notable graduate programs include the Stanford Graduate School of Business, the School of Engineering (especially in computer science and electrical engineering), and the Stanford Law School. The School of Medicine is also renowned for its biomedical research and clinical training. Stanford's close ties to Silicon Valley enhance its focus on entrepreneurship and cutting-edge technology.

Summary

The Stanford University Graduate School Admission results for the past five years reflect a highly competitive environment with diverse outcomes across several programs. Computer Science saw both waitlisting and acceptance for PhD candidates, indicating a selective but attainable program. Mechanical Engineering experienced multiple rejections, pointing to stringent criteria. Electrical Engineering welcomed numerous master's candidates, suggesting a strong acceptance rate for these applicants. Economics showed successful waitlist acceptances, reflecting a hopeful trend for late-stage applicants. Civil and Environmental Engineering had several interview opportunities, highlighting its competitive nature. Bioengineering and Translational Research programs predominantly reported rejections, emphasizing their competitive entry barriers. Physics saw both waitlisting and acceptance, indicating a selective but attainable program. Chemistry had multiple interview opportunities, underlining its competitive environment. Management Science and Engineering experienced numerous rejections despite strong applications, underscoring the program's high standards. Statistics saw both waitlisting and acceptance, suggesting a balanced yet competitive program. Overall, these results suggest that while some programs like Electrical Engineering and Economics offer hope through waitlist acceptances, others like Bioengineering remain exceptionally competitive.

Recent Graduate Admission Results March 2009

Computer Sceince, Stanford University

Added on March 06, 2009

Accepted on 15 Mar International PhD
Electrical Engineering -- EE, Stanford University Successfully collected rejections from all schools I like

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
Electrical, Stanford University another reject

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 5 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University Ya ni pexxx

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University

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Rejected on 6 Mar American PhD
Economics, Stanford University 0-5

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
MS&E, Management Science And Engineering, Stanford University I heard that MS&E acceptance emails will be coming out on Monday 3/9/08

Added on March 06, 2009

Other Other Masters
Economics, Stanford University TM:calgrad08

Added on March 06, 2009

Accepted on 6 Mar American PhD
Management Science And Engineering, Stanford University

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International Masters
Economics, Stanford University

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar American PhD
Economics, Stanford University

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Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University What to the evs.

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar American PhD
Economics, Stanford University South Harmon Institute of Technology here I go!! I think I already am a S.H.I.T. head :'(

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University ...Down goes the first one, down goes the second one, Oh how they wiggle and squirm...

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar American PhD
Economics, Stanford University I also got in Princeton, Yale and Penn. I do not know where to go now. TM: chencheng1983613

Added on March 06, 2009

Accepted on 6 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University

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Rejected on 7 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University Graduate School Of Business (GSB) want to cry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD
MS&E, Management Science And Engineering, Stanford University FML!!!

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International Masters
Economics, Stanford University I was expecting that....here is the rejection ''Dear Applicant, I regret to inform you that you were not admitted to our graduate program in Economics. A formal decision letter is being mailed. We received applications from many more qualified candidates than we can accept given our financial resources and space restrictions. Consequently, many strong candidates had to be turned down. While we cannot respond to each applicant individually about the strengths and weaknesses of their application, you may find it helpful to know that the successful applicants had perfect or near perfect scores on the GRE, impeccable letters of recommendation, extremely high grades - especially in math and economic courses, and demonstrated evidence of research ability. The committee also took into account the calibre of the undergraduate and/or graduate institutions attended. Applicants are also compared against the pool of other applicants applying in the same year. This year we had approximately 800 applications, but we were only able to offer admission to 72 applicants. I hope that this feedback is informative.''

Added on March 06, 2009

Rejected on 6 Mar International PhD

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