Having a GRE score of 320+ is recommended for MS. So based on your profile, you can target Ivy league schools like MIT, Stanford University, Harvard University, Cornell University, etc. Other universities famous for their MS programs are UCLA, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of South California, and more. You can read a lot more about the top universities for MS in USA in this blog-https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/top-universities-for-ms-in-usa/
Your GMAT score by all accounts seems amazing to me. You could definitely get into one of the top universities for MBA, provided you ace your interviews. Definitely try applying to top MBA universities in the world like MIT Sloan, London Business School, INSEAD, Wharton School, Kellog School of Business, etc. With a score of 760, you could also apply for scholarships in many of the top MBA universities in the world. You could contact iSchoolConnect to get help finding the perfect university for you.
690 in GMAT is a good score. The different universities that you could target are:
Most universities mandate at least 2-3 years of work experience. Since you have 4 years of experience and a score of 690, getting in for an MBA program shouldn't be a problem. Did you consider a counsellor who can guide you through the whole process? I took assistance from iSchoolConnect. You should definitely check them out.
With a score above 320 in your GRE you could get admission in quite a few Ivy League colleges in the U.S. Scholarships do not always depend on the GRE score. But scoring more than 320 might increase the chances of you getting a scholarship. Certain universities such as
University fo Southern California
University of Pennsylvania
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
have quite a few scholarships for their students. Other than these universities, you could avail scholarships from certain institutions such as Nehru Full-Bright scholarship, S. N. Bose Scholars program and much more. You could check iSchoolConnect's blog to help you understand the different scholarships that you can avail. You can check it out here.
Most colleges in Canada do require you to give an IELTS exam regardless of your medium of instruction. Therefore the possibility that the certificate in its entirety is enough is highly unlikely. However, there are quite a few universities that do not require your IELTS score and accept just a medium of instruction certificate. Some of these universities are:
University of Winnipeg
University of Regina
Memorial University and many more.
There are a lot of universities that provide theater and performing arts. Some of the top-performing arts colleges/universities in Australia are Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology, RMIT University, etc. If you want to apply for this course you need to give IELTS exam. The minimum score for IELTS is 6, and you also need a good profile for this. The average tuition fees for these types of colleges are around 10k USD to 20k USD. And If you are looking at the ROI for this course then it is around $45k USD.
A gap year is for those students who want to want to take some time off in the middle of their high school or college education.
There are so many things you can do during your gap year.
Check out your options here.
Follow these 5 steps to increase your chances of getting accepted-
Gain work experience through internships
Work on projects that align with your career goals
Associate yourself with a social cause
Participate in extracurricular activities
Build your soft skills (like communication leadership, etc.)
I'm a final year computer science engineering student. I wish to pursue Astrophysics at Caltech. Can you pls suggest me ways to improve my chances of admit and what my profile should contain. Pls consider the current case of covid because I lost my internship opportunity at college in physics domain.
If you have done more things outside of your academics, it shows you're creative
Like if you have any hobbies, the competitions you've won, or something on those lines...
That'd make your profile stand out!
But while you're applying, make sure the program is also for students who have already done their masters
Usually, programs welcome masters students for graduate courses
But keep an eye out for that condition, just in case
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