The average cost of an MS degree lies between AU$31,500 and AU$43,400
For MS in Data Science, it is A$33,600 for Monash University
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RE: Tuition in the Netherlands
The tuition fees in the Netherlands for international students who want to study in the Netherlands can be:
Bachelors programs: €6,000 — €12,000
Masters programs: €7,000 — €20,000
Depending on the location and the type of accommodation, the cost of living in the Netherlands ranges between €800 and €1,000 per month. This includes stay, food, health insurance, and transport costs.
RE: Should I study in the Netherlands?
Yes, Netherlands is a really good idea for STEM students.
The tuition fee is less. The cost of living is reasonable.
The quality of education is great.
And you can easily get a job in the Netherlands after graduation.
You can consider these top universities-
Delft University of Technology
University of Amsterdam
Eindhoven University of Technology
RE: Are admissions of international students going to be cancelled?
Honestly, it's too soon to tell.
Universities are still reacting to the new policies.
You can keep tabs by returning to this blog from time to time.
RE: Study MBA in Australia
Due to its rich culture and higher university acceptance rate, Australia is one of the best countries for an MBA. The top MBA universities in Australia are-
Melbourne Business School
Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM)
Monash Business School
The University of Queensland
Macquarie Graduate School of Management
You can read about more universities and their details here.
RE: Temple University tuition
Temple University tuition fees change according to the schools or colleges you apply to.
Apart from that, all students who join the university also pay a non-refundable University Service Fee of $890.00.
There is also a matriculation fee - undergraduate students are charged $218.00 and graduate students are charged $73.00.
If you’re an International Student, you will also be charged $178.50 in both the fall and spring semesters.
RE: Temple University High School experience
Temple is a fairly competitive school, with students applying from all over the world.
That being said, your highschool experience is important!
Temple looks for students who have a B average in their high school classes and a 3.0 in their college prep courses.
RE: How to build my profile?
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.)
RE: Is taking a gap year a good idea?
With the pandemic surging across the globe, universities are struggling to enroll students for the next semester. This can be the perfect opportunity for you to explore your interests. In fact, the better you use your gap year, the greater chances you have of being admitted to a top university.
RE: OPT types
Optional Practical Training (OPT) is given to F-1 international students that continue to maintain their status and if eligible they may apply for 12 months of OPT.
OPT provides hands-on work experience related to your chosen major.
You may also work under OPT after you have completed your program.
There are three types of Optional Practical Training (OPT): Pre-completion OPT, Post-completion OPT, and STEM OPT extension.
RE: What are the different types of CPT?
Curricular Practical Training includes either part-time and full-time training.
If you are approved for part-time CPT, you are allowed to work up to 20 hours or less within a week.
If approved for full-time CPT, you will be allowed to work more than 20 hours per week.