How to Apply
All prospective undergraduate students apply through FIU Undergraduate Admissions.
All prospective graduate students apply through the FIU University Graduate School.
We’re happy to help our future students, so don’t hesitate to contact an advisor with any questions you may have. We can help you figure out your career goals and make sure you are on the right track.
FIU is one of the most diverse universities in the United States and engineering and computing students and graduates represent more than 100 countries.
The Office of International Student and Scholar Services provides advising services to international student and scholars on immigration, legal, personal, cultural, social and financial issues.
Visit the Undergraduate Online Application to apply for admission.
Tuition and Fees
Click here to view the Cost of Attendance – this will show you the term and annual costs. Pay close attention to the undergraduate and graduate costs which are different. Costs also differ for residents and non-residents of Florida.
Click here to view the Tuition Fee Calculator – this will show you a detailed breakdown of the tuition costs and also allows you to use a form to calculate your estimated tuition.
Deciding on a major and navigating any university system can be overwhelming. At the Engineering Advising Center you can sit down with an adviser and figure out your career goals and make sure you are on the right track.
We’d love to show you around and give you a real look at what FIU can offer you. You can join a University Tour or schedule an appointment to visit the College of Engineering and Computing by calling the Center for Diversity and Student Success in Engineering and Computing (CD-SSEC) at 305-348-1635.
If your favorite gift as a kid came in 1000 pieces; if you took apart half the kitchen appliances before your parents finally told you to stop; if you’re fascinated by the power of engineering to change the world, then we want to talk to you.
Maybe you’ll follow the path of mechanical engineering undergraduate Ximena Prugue, founder of Giving the Green Light, a non-profit organization that replaces kerosene lamps in rural India with solar powered lighting to alleviate energy poverty.
For this work, she received the Clinton Global Initiative Outstanding Commitment Award. Swiss watchmaker Maurice Lacroix also recognized Ximena with the Young Entrepreneur Award in 2010. Hear Ximena’s inspiring talk about her organization at TEDxFIU.
Find your degree program and see who you can be.