I have more than 60% in BTech. Can I do masters abroad, if yes suggestions?

I am currently working in a software firm and I can wait to complete my agreement period with my company.

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Yes, enrolling in a master's programme with a bachelor's degree and a GPA of at least 60% is feasible. The universities consider your overall profile in addition to your academics.

It can help you to improve your profile and make a strong first impression if you have respectable work experience in the field of your future studies. Each school calls for a portfolio highlighting your work, which should be of the highest calibre. Every university anticipates this.

You can approach all the top-notch Universities like Australia, the US, Canada and Germany with 60% and above scores. 

Four nations are combined into the United Kingdom and are governed by a single entity. The nations in question are England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Each has a unique culture and atmosphere, all its own. The UK is home to more than 80% of the world's people.

Your chances of getting an MS in Australia, the US, Canada, or Germany depend on various elements, including your GRE and TOEFL scores, LORs, SOPs, UG projects, internships, and work experience. However, what matters most is your choice of specialisation, your Btech major, and whether you possess the necessary qualifications to pursue an MS in that field.


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