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Non US citizens who want to study in the US will need a student visa. Student visas come typically under the F1 Visa category (Student (academic or language training program). Applying for a US student visa can be a long process. So start preparing well in advance – at least three to five months before your course is[…]
An interesting question was posted recently by an Indian IT professional fresh in his first job, “Is it worth going to US to do Masters if I have a decent job in a multinational company here in India”. It is a common question for fresh undergrads from Indian colleges, and interesting because the answer for[…]
Applying PhD programs by Mor Harchol-Balter, Carnegie Mellon University 1. This blog is intended for people applying to Ph.D. programs. While the advice is quite general in nature, the example is specific to computer science or related areas. The document is informal in nature and is meant to express only the opinions of the[…]
In the USA, the MBA is the most popular masters degree by far, accounting for about 25% of degrees conferred each year. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council’s report, over 243,000 students took GMAT in 2014 of which US candidates accounted for about 87,000 test takers followed by China (58,000) and India (28,000).[…]