How can I pursue my MS in Cambridge, UK , please let me know the requirements, and qualifications , thankyou?

Asked by Manogna about 1 year ago

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The University of Cambridge (informally known as Cambridge University) is a public university in Cambridge, England established in 1209. It is the third oldest university in the world and has consistently stayed in the top 5 rankings. It has 31 constituent colleges, 100 departments divided into 6 schools majorly teaching Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Technology. The university has educated some of the best mathematicians, philosophers, scientists, actors, writers, politicians and lawyers of the world.

As per records, more than 93% of the former University of Cambridge, London alumni were absorbed by brilliant companies for graduate employment or opted to pursue further education six months after passing out from here. Some of the prominent names that act as alumni wall décor include Stephen Hawking (theoretical physicist), Emma Thompson (British actress), Charles Darwin (renowned biologist), Bertrand Russell (British philosopher), Prince Charles (son of Queen Elizabeth II), and Robert Frost (American poet). From India, Dr Manmohan Singh (India's former Prime Minister), Amartya Sen (Indian Economist and Philosopher), Rajiv Gandhi (India's 6th Prime Minister), Harivansh Rai Bachchan (Indian poet and writer), Dorabji Tata (Indian businessman), and Srinivasa Ramanujan (Indian Mathematician) are some of the famous personalities who left a mark
University of Cambridge Entry Criteria
MS -  IELTS: 7.0-7.5

University of Cambridge Fees
MS (9-12 Months)  - INR 21.18 L - 39.28 L


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