Hey Amandeep, PhD programs are usually at least partially funded if not entirely. Most universities cover tuition costs, living costs or simply the costs for textbooks and research materials. However, generally most colleges abroad do fund your research programs completely. It is a general norm for universities to either accept an application with grants or otherwise outright deny the application. The reason for that being that most PhD students are discouraged from engaging in external employment or at least reduce their working time, especially in the USA and Canada. With the money you are provided, you should easily be able to buy a car and rent a house, but don't expect to do anything extravagant with money provided.
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RE: Could someone help me with figuring out the colleges that i could get ?
generally top universities in USA such as MIT, Stanford, Columbia University, etc. require a minimum TOEFL score of 100 for you to get selected. That being said, having a strong profile(with good work experience, overall good scores, SOP, etc.) could definitely help you get in if you've got a lower score than that.
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RE: Can you help me in applying for student loans?
To start with-
- Contact FAFSA
- Connect with the financial aid department of your university
- Estimate the amount of student loan you need
- Create your study loan application
RE: What is the difference between college and university?
It depends on which country you're talking about
If it's Canada-
A college can give you a diploma or a certification
A university can give you a degree
If it's US, the above definition stands
RE: Can I do my MBA without GMAT?
Oh, yes, there are quite a few colleges that offer an MBA without GMAT-
- UC Davis Graduate School of Management
- Loyola University School of Business
- Carey School of Business, Johns Hopkins
- Penn State Smeal College of Business
- Rutgers Business School, and more