Natalie FrancisMar 17, 2011
I am currently pursuing my B.E in electrical engineering and want to purse a master’s degree in th...
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YoungBuzz Counselor - US companies like Intel, IBM, and Motorola are the world's only manufacturers of state-of-the-art microprocessors like the Power PC and the Pentium III that are the heart of Macintosh computers and PCs. Frankly, US companies prefer to hire engineers who have graduated from accredited programs in the US. Electrical engineering degree granted by accredited institutions in America commands respect world-wide. The scope for such careers is really good.


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Mar 29, 2011

YoungBuzz Counselor - Funding in the form of graduate assistantships (GA), scholarship, tuition waivers or loans are available at most universities in the US. However they are very competitive. A university looks at various factors while short listing students for a scholarship. These include entrance tests, previous academics, application documents and additional achievements. If you have a strong profile, you have a good chance. US schools require entrance tests such as the GRE and TOEFL for admission. Take the GRE before June 2011 and start applying by October 2011 for the fall 2012 intake.


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Mar 17, 2011

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