Hello, I have got a score of 317(3.0) in GRE and also 115 in Duolingo. I have 1 year of job experience in HCL. I have passed out with 84% in B.E in the year 2021. Please help me with clgs list.?

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Priya Singhania

Priya Singhania

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A score of 317 on the GRE and a score of 115 on Duolingo are both solid scores. Your 1 year of work experience and 84% in your B.E. degree also make you a competitive candidate for graduate programs.

The universities you can apply to will depend on several factors, including your field of study, the specific program you are interested in, and the countries you are interested in studying in. In the US, universities such as the University of Southern California, Northeastern University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Purdue University, and the University of Alabama are few with a good reputation in the engineering programs and they have good acceptance rates with an average GRE score range of 310-325. Similarly, there are universities in other countries such as Australia, the UK, Germany, and more that you can apply to,

Studying abroad can be quite costly, and the costs will vary depending on the country and the university you choose to attend. Here is a general breakdown of some of the expenses you can expect: In the United States, for example, the average cost of tuition for a master's degree at a public university is around $40,000 or more per year. In European countries, such as Germany, the Netherlands, and Norway, education is generally free or very low-cost for both domestic and international students.

It's important to note that these are just estimates, and the actual costs will depend on the country, university, and your personal lifestyle. You will have to research the cost of studying at specific universities and in specific countries to get a better idea of the expenses you will have to incur.

I hope this information was helpful. If you have any specific questions, feel free to ask!


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Preeti Singh

Preeti Singh

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With your GRE and Duolingo scores, plus your job experience, you have a strong chance at many universities. Here are some of the top universities you can check:

1. Carnegie Mellon University
2. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
3. University of Toronto
Additionally, I'd advise you to prepare a strong statement of purpose and get some good letters of recommendation, as these will greatly enhance your application. Feel free to reach out if you need more personalized guidance or assistance in the application process

 


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Sonali Bisht

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Hey there! First off, great job on all you've achieved! With a GRE score of 317, an awesome Duolingo score of 115, a year of work experience, and 84% in your B.E, you're off to a great start for more learning.

Your achievements mean you could get into many top universities around the world. They really like students who are good at a lot of things. Here's what I think could be good for you:

In the United States, your scores and work experience mean you could do well at lots of universities. Check out the University of California Irvine, or the University of Florida. They have great programs in engineering and technology and like students who've done well in school and at work.

In Canada, think about the University of British Columbia or the University of Waterloo. They're great for tech or engineering, and Canada really likes having students from different places. Your job at HCL will make you stand out.

In Australia, look at the University of Melbourne Business School MIM and the Australian National University MIM. They're perfect for someone with good grades and work experience. They have a lot of programs that could help you with your career.

In Europe, your Duolingo score means you can fit into English-speaking programs. The TUM MIM (Technical University of Munich in Germany) has awesome engineering programs, and Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands is known for being innovative and having strong ties to the industry.

When you apply, don't just talk about your grades and scores. Make sure to talk about what you've learned at work and how you've used it. Show them how you're not just a good student, but also someone with real skills and how you plan to bring those to their university.
 
 For more easier clarification regarding this, you can request a free session with our study abroad consultants for any kid of assistance or query.


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