For a Masters program, your tuition fees for the colleges in the US can vary from $10,000 - $90,000 and more. However, there are many ways to obtain financial aid and if not, there are simpler ways to recover from the money you invest into your education. The first thing you should do when applying for scholarship is to reach out to the colleges and enquiring about their scholarships and grants. Schools like MIT (Scholarships worth $39,339), Johns Hopkins University (Scholarships worth $35,195), Northwestern University (Scholarships worth $34,882), and many others offer various scholarships for international students. There are many helpful blogs that tell you all about the financial aid for studying abroad. I got my info from this blog- 'How to fund your education abroad'. You can take a look if you wish. Hope the answer helped!
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RE: How can a normal student afford and apply for Masters in USA?
RE: What are the universities with the lowest tuition fees for Masters in Australia?
Your tuition fees depend upon a lot of factors such as the program and the courses that you opt for. For example, the fees for studying medicine in Australia and the fees for other masters courses differ greatly. Approximately, the tuition fees for most Masters courses are between 20,000 AUD to 37,000 AUD. While the tuition fees for high-value courses like Medicine can be between 33,000 AUD to 44,000 AUD. So based on what courses you want, the tuition fees can differ. But there are many universities that offer scholarships to international students. So you could search for that as well.
RE: Can someone pls tell me somethings about how to write the perfect essay for university?
Your statement of purpose(SOP) is a very important part of your university application. So here are a few things to keep in mind when rules that you should follow when you write your SOP:
- Don't boast of brag in your SOP.
- Try and make sure your content is to-the-point
- Make sure that if you're talking about accomplishments, you have some proof to back them up
- You must have a strong introduction so that it can captivate the reader and help you get selected
- Make sure to not write your SOPat the last minute because it can seem a little rushed
These are just a few points that I can think of. There are many other important writing points that you need to keep in mind when you write this. I read about all this in this blog about 'Mistakes to avoid while writing an SOP' (https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/5-mistakes-avoid-writing-powerful-statement-of-purpose/)
You should check it out!
RE: Dilema as to what colleges prefer, B.tech scores or M.Tech scores?
Universities in the U.S will consider both, your M.Tech as well as B.Tech scores before they decide to give you admission in their colleges. When you apply to universities for MS in USA, already having a Masters degree and applying for a second one definitely boosts your profile and increases your chances of getting into the university of your choice. If you need suggestions on which universities to apply for MS in USA, take a look at this blog- https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/top-universities-for-ms-in-usa/
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RE: Universities abroad for Masters in Accounting Oil and Fuel industry
Accounting in oil and gas industry is a very specialized program that not many universities provide. This makes it a tad bit competitive but with good scores and profile, it shouldn't be a problem for you to get in. The universities that provide this course are:
- Robert Gordon University (UK)
- Aberdeen University (UK)
- University of Dundee (UK)
- Colorado State University (USA)
- Geneva Business School (Geneva).
I got this list from iSchoolConnect's search page. You can check them out here https://ischoolconnect.com
RE: Can I use medium of instruction certificate instead of the IELTS score in Canada?
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
- Brock University
- Carleton University,
- Memorial University and many more.
RE: Process to apply to a university in UK
In general, if you want to apply to universities in the U.K, you must do the following:
- Register your details with UCAS. Make sure to fill in your details correctly in order to not face difficulties later on
- Find a course that suits you.
- Find a university that best suits your needs. you could check this blog to determine how to select the best university for you.
- Send your application to the selected university.
Note: International students who wish to study in the U.K show note that they must send their applications to the UCAS between the 1st of September and 30th of June in the year that precedes the academic year in which your course starts. For more information regarding studying abroad, do contact iSchoolConnect because they have amazing counsellors that could help you out with the same.
RE: Working part-time jobs in USA
You can work part-time in countries like the U.S all year round, so long as you work below the maximum hours per week threshold. In the U.S the maximum hours that a student can work for is 35 hours. Therefore, so long as you work below the stipulated threshold, you are good to go. To know the different types of jobs that you could apply for you could check this blog
RE: Scholarships and universities in USA and Canada
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
- Duke University
- 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.
Here's what universities look for in a student's application:
While many students believe that university admissions are all about scores, your profile has a lot of factors. Your scores, Statement of Purpose, Letter of recommendation, extracurriculars, and other factors helps the admissions office decide if you’re the perfect candidate for their program. Some of the other factors that universities look for are:
-If the student can not only handle but also thrive under the higher education pressure and won’t drop out.
-If they intellectually contribute to the university and wouldn’t drag down or detract from academic progress. Students who would teach and learn from each other and strengthen their educational community.
-Can provide unique perspectives, skills, values, vision, talents, etc. and will use these abilities for the betterment of the college and student body.
-Will be engaged in social and cultural activities, debates, enriching discussions, and in building relationships.
-Demonstrate leadership qualities in their thoughts and actions. Will get things done and make a mark on the college and the world. Will go on to do even greater things.
Basically, universities around the globe look for student profiles that will make a positive mark on their institution and build upon their reputation and prestige. If you have what it takes to live up to it, you should definitely apply for education abroad regardless of your scores or other factors! If you need help applying to universities abroad or finding out which university is perfect for you, you should try contacting iSchoolConnect. They help you find programs and scholarships and help you get into the perfect university. You should check them out!
RE: top universities for MS in Data Science ?
In my opinion the best Universities to do a Masters in data science are:
RE: Tips to get into Harvard school of Design?
To get into Harvard Graduate school of design it is mandatory to have a bachelor degree in arts or science or any other related descipline. A minimum of 104 in TOEFL exam is recommended for you to stand a chance of getting into a such a presitigious university. Along with that, a strong portfolio is highly recommended. For more information about Harvard University check this search result(https://ischoolconnect.com/explore-schools?school.name=Harvard University). There is also a very helpful blog telling you all about Harvard University-(https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/all-about-studying-at-harvard-university/) that you could also check out.
RE: GRE score of 305. Can i get into a good university!
You should try targetting universities such as:
- Rutgers University-New Brunswick
- Tufts University
- University at Buffalo
- University of Colorado Boulder and many others.
Other universities like University of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Massachusetts-Amherst, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, might also accept this score for you to pursue MEM. Knowing how to impress universities and proving that you are the perfect candidate for them is of utmost importance. You should be able to impress them by creating a stellar portfolio showing off your exceptional capabilities. All the best
RE: Top universities in Canada for journalism masters ?
The top universities in Canada for you to pursue your masters in journalism are:
- University of British Columbia
- University of Toronto
- Mcgill University
These universities require you to have a minimum of 7.0-7.5 in your IELTS exams and have an average tuition fee of around $26,000 Canadian dollars to $49,000 Canadian dollars. Along with these, you could also look into:
a. Ryerson University
b. Carleton University
c. University of King's College
d. Western University
e. University of Regina
f. Dalhousie University,
g. Concordia University
These universities also have a repuutable courses in Journalism.