What is the minimum eligibility requirement for studying abroad?
Asked by Ganga Singh over 1 year ago
Covering the minimum eligibility requirement is quite subjective. What I mean is, there are schools that require a bachelors GPA of a minimum 3.5 like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the USA but there are others which accept as low as 2.9 like the Leed Becket University in the UK, the University of Wisconsin Parkside in the USA etc.
Some programs require a minimum of 2 years of work experience while some welcome fresh graduates. Schools in the USA and UK accept a 3 years bachelors degree which schools in Canada don’t.
Also the GMAT/GRE, IELTS/TOEFL score requirement ranges according to the course and school you apply to
So it depends. You can’t just search for minimum criteria for studying abroad. Instead you need to see the requirements specifically for the program and country that you are interested in.
The right approach here would be to evaluate your profile and then see what all is required to make your profile stand out for your desired schools.
Don’t worry, if all of this sounds like a tough task to do by yourself, you can leave your profile details in the comments below. I will look into it and help you with the relevant details.
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