The admissions application is found online www.grad.Clemson.edu/admission/.
Your materials are loaded into a system that will allow us to evaluate your application and act accordingly.
The following items are needed to complete your application. These documents can be submitted electronically. Test scores are submitted through the testing agency. Unofficial transcripts and letters of recommendation are submitted as part of the application process.
Official GRE scores (Clemson’s ETS code is 5111. There is no additional department code.)
Official TOEFL/IELTS scores for International Students (Clemson’s ETS code is 5111. There is no additional department code.)
Letters of Recommendation Students should submit at least two letters of recommendation and can submit three. Any students applying for the GATE program, should submit three letters of recommendation.
The Graduate School also offers detailed information on supporting materials.
If you are accepted, you will need to submit an official transcript*. Clemson requires one official academic transcript from each previously attended institution. These transcripts be sent directly to the address below in a sealed university envelope. Graduate Admissions will not accept faxed or scanned copies. Do not send high school transcripts or any certificates other than degree certificates. To ensure proper handling, do not send official transcripts until you have received your letter of acceptance.
Office of Graduate Admissions
209 E-Martin Hall
*Clemson students do not need to submit a transcript.
Fall enrollment (open to both M.S. and Ph.D. students) - apply by January 15 for full consideration for admissions and funding/fellowships
The application window will remain open until April 30 but applications arriving after January 15 are subject to vacancies in the program.
Spring enrollment (Ph.D. only) September 15 is the final deadline for full consideration.
For more information, visit both our graduate admissions FAQs and those published by the Clemson University Graduate School. Either the graduate student services coordinator or the graduate coordinator can assist with questions that are not answered by this site or the graduate school’s site.
Tuition and fees
Please visit the Graduate School's site for the most current information about tuition and fees. "Automotive engineering" is the first program listed under the College of Engineering and Science.
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