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: Funds for PhD programs
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: Do I have to learn a new language if I want to study in Switzerland?
Switzerland actually has 4 national languages - German, French, Italian, and Romansh
But no, it's not necessary for you to learn a new language if you want to study in Switzerland
A lot of courses are taught in English
So check with the university before you decide to apply
RE: New Zealand student visa application processing time
It takes between 4 to 6 weeks for a New Zealand student visa to be processed.
But you can always check the progress of your visa application online.
RE: SOP Introduction para
My suggestion - Have a grand opening.
It will help you capture the attention of the admissions committee within seconds.
One way to do this is to share something personal.
Talk about an incident or an event in your life that draws you toward the course you want to study.
I’m not asking you to make up an experience, just share a part of your life.
It will make the person reading your SOP connected to you and they will want to read on.
RE: Biomedical engineer vs biotechnician
Biomedical engineers design equipment like artificial organs, prosthetics, and diagnostic machines
For this, you should have a strong background in engineering, biology, chemistry, and software
The job of a biochemist is to study the chemical processes in living things, like cell development growth, DNA, and mutation
For this, you need to know biology and chemistry really well
Of the two, the job of a biochemist is higher paying
But what you'll be more satisfied with depends on your own interests
RE: Belgium cost of living
In regards to living arrangements, you have three options in Belgium-
You can live in the university halls which costs around 200 to 400 euros per month.
You can live in the private sector which costs around 500 euros a month.
Or you can rent/share an apartment with roommates which costs around 600-700 euros a month.
RE: Data Science subjects
Oh, there's a lot you will get to learn.
Here's a hoard of subjects you can choose from-
- Information Visualization
- Natural Language Processing
- Data Mining, Data Structures, and Data Manipulation & Modeling
- Machine Learning Algorithms
- Data Acquisition & Data Science Life Cycle
And 10 more!
RE: Am I eligible for the iSchoolConnect Scholarship?
- You want to pursue a full-time bachelor’s or a master’s degree abroad
- The term you’re planning to start your education in is Fall 2021
- You want to study in the United States, Canada, the UK, Germany, Ireland, Australia, Switzerland, New Zealand, Singapore, or the Netherlands
The scholarship, however, is not for students looking to pursue a medical degree. Apart from that, anyone (even a working professional) is eligible to apply for the scholarship!
RE: Germany universities?
The top university in Germany is the Technical University of Munich
The university is a member of TU9, an association that includes Germany’s most prestigious technical universities
Other top universities in Germany are Ludwig-Maximillians-Universitat Munchen, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat Heidelberg, and Humboldt-Universitat Zu Berli