Which country is best for Masters in Information Technology?Australia Or USA?

I have completed btech in computer science and want to pursue masters. But confused to choose the country

Asked by Neha almost 2 years ago

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Muthanna Qudimat

Muthanna Qudimat

Microsoft Student Ambassador | A BCA Undergrad Student

Australia is undoubtedly a good place for a Master's in IT. But frankly speaking, the USA is way ahead and the reasons are not new. USA universities are much better when it comes to IT master courses. Their records are better; universities are more prominent, and more courses are available.


I'm not vouching for the USA because of education only. Universities like Oxford, Toronto, and NUS are on the same level as top USA universities. But technical masters are way too personalized, and they are better when it comes to perks. You will see how the USA has more options- wider industry, big market, course options after graduation, to name a few


If you are worried about fees, the ROI USA graduates get is more significant than in Australia. So as long as you can manage the tuition fees, I would suggest the USA. Your expenses will be paid off. Also, IT masters from USA universities will be more regarded and valued wherever you go. For example, you may want to work here in your home country with an enormous degree. In this case, a degree from the USA will be more helpful.


STEM programs like IT are better if you pursue them in a significant country. I mean economy, market, environment, organizations, etc.

However, when we see a student profile, things change. Your academics and records may suit different countries or a university. So hit me up with your profile details and maybe then I'll be able to give you more relevant information. 


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