I am searching schools for MSc abroad, any suggestions?

Asked by Sahil parmar over 1 year ago

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XAVIAR X

XAVIAR X

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You have many options if you plan to go with an MSc degree abroad. So many that it's hard to explain. If you had mentioned a subject or say a field, it would be a simpler answer. Anyway, I guess I can give you some general guidelines and suggestions when it comes to MSc abroad.

Since you do not have a particular degree in mind, I would suggest going with something that complements your current qualifications. What I mean is if you are from a tech background like if you have done a BTech or BSc, the MSc you are looking for should be relevant. In this situation, your best options are computer science, engineering, IT or operations. Similarly, an MSc in social science, economics, or HR can be a good fit if you are an art student.

Now, after the degree selection, there are requirements for studying abroad. Doing an MSc from an abroad university means you have to submit a few things. Your academic records and documents are not the only thing you have to consider. Tests like GE/GMAT and English language proficiency majorly affect your admission process. Make sure you have prepared for them and attain high scores.

Lastly, I would suggest you put your soul into your Essays, LORs and SOP. You may not realize but these letters are the heart and soul of your admission chances. Applying to a top university (which you will be), all applicants peasant a big profile. At these times, these letters will be the game changer. Keep your focus on necessary things and ask as many questions as possible. Thanks.


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Ashish Yadav

Ashish Yadav

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When advising students on selecting a school for an MSc program abroad, I emphasize a holistic approach. Start with your academic interests and career objectives. Identify the schools known for excellence in your field of interest. For instance, if you’re interested in Engineering, MIT in the USA or Imperial College in London could be top choices. For Business, consider INSEAD in France or London Business School in the UK. 

Accreditation and global ranking can also provide insights into the quality of education and research opportunities. Additionally, look into the course structure and flexibility—it’s beneficial to choose a program that allows you to tailor your studies to your professional goals. 

Moreover, practical considerations like scholarships, financial aid opportunities, and part-time work opportunities should also influence your decision. Countries like the Netherlands and Sweden offer numerous scholarships and grants specifically for international students which can alleviate financial burdens. 

Finally, attending university fairs, speaking with admissions counselors, and connecting with current students and alumni via forums like this can provide deeper insights that might help in making an informed decision. 

 


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