I've done BE CompSc in 2010 - 84%. work exp - 1 year. Should i take up GRE to get into NUS - MComp - Comp Sc? Or is my profile sufficient?

I've done BE CompSc in 2010 - 84%. work exp - 1 year. Should i take up GRE to get into NUS - MComp - Comp Sc? Or is my profile sufficient? Is it the same to take up Nanyang university's Msc in Information Systems? What are the job prospects for both the courses?

0 55 Views | Posted 2011-10-11 17:13:07

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-11 17:31:55
    Hi Sindhu,
    It would always be advisable to take GRE, as it strengthens your profile and increase your chance of admission against the candidate who has not taken GRE.
    Both the courses you mentioned have equally bright prospects form jobs and career point of view in India as well as abroad.
    There are many national and international IT companies operating in India, so getting a job should not be a problem.
    I hope this answers your query.
    If you like this answers, than please mark it as a Thumbs Up or rate it as a Best Answer.
    Thanks,
    All the Best.

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