m in final yr engg of ele n comm engineering and i want to do ms frm usa so suggest me universities for my branch

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-27 12:47:48
    Hi,In order to pursue MS from US, you need to have:Good academic record,preferably 60% plus in graduation.Relevant undergraduate degree form recognized university.GRE score of 1200-1300 plus.TOEFL score of 85-90 plus.Find below some of the best universities in US, offering course of your interest:Massachusetts Institute of Technology.University of California–Berkeley.University of Pennsylvania.University of Arizona.Ohio State University.Universities in US have 2 admission intakes in a year namely:Fall(August) intake.Spring(January) intake.An average tuition fee at US universities is around US$ 30,000 per year. the tuition fee and living e... view more
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    Parveen Kumar Kumar | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-09-09 15:48:44
    US is one of best place of study as the all the high ranking institutes like MIT, Harward Pen ,Stanford are there and all have the MS program in engineering for more details please visit the site of these institute and contact the US embassy in India

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