I have completed my Bachelors in Management Studies and would like to do my Masters in International relations , am i eligible?

0 74 Views | Posted 2011-09-12 13:50:23

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-28 16:02:38
    Hi,
    US, is one of the finest study destination to pursue Masters degree, there are many good universities in US, which offers masters in various fields such as:
    Management.
    Engineering and many more fields.
    To pursue Masters from US, you need to have:
    16 years of education with good academic record, preferably 60% plus in graduation.
    Relevant undergraduate degree from recognized university.
    GRE score of 1200-1300 plus.
    TOEFL score of 85-90 plus.
    Universities in US have 2 admission in take in a year:
    Fall(August) intake.
    Spring(January) intake.
    An average tuition fee of a US university is about US$ 30,000 per-year and average living expenses are ab
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    Nikhlesh Mathur | Guide-Level 14

    2011-09-12 15:33:19
    Yes, Riddhi Punjani you are eligible to do Masters in International relations.
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    Nirmal Bhagat | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-12 15:31:32
    Jawahar Lal Nehru University offers a two years Masters Course in international Relations. All Geaduates in any discipline are eligible to apply. The admission is through a common entrance test held in April- May every year. Look out fir advertisement in Employment news/Leading National dailies. Refer to JNU.ac.in for more details.
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-09-12 14:04:53
    yes you can do MIB after your Bachelor degree ,

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