What are the further study options in Canada after completing B.Tech in ECE?

I have completed B.Tech in ECE with 70% marks.

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    8 years ago
    Hi,After completing B.Tech in ECE you may consider pursuing MS degree in:- Embedded Systems.- Telecommunication engineering.- VLSI.- Computer science.- IT.- Software Engineering and related course.For your reference find below the eligibility criteria to pursue MS degree from universities in Canada.- Undergraduate degree in same or relevant discipline (60%-70% plus in degree)- High score in GRE.- High scores in IELTS or TOEFL.- Preferred GRE score- 300-320 plus.- Preferred TOEFL score- 100-110 plus.- Preferred IELTS score- 7-8 bands plus.Please note that the eligibility criteria for admission may differ from university to university.For your ... view more
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    amit jain amit.jain@scholarsabroad.com | Contributor-Level 10

    8 years ago
    Hi Ankit,
    Post your BTECH you can apply for several specialised courses in Computer Sciences (MIS, Networking, cyber security, etc) or Electronics (Embedded System, Mechatronics etc). Do share you educational background in greater detail so that I can help you with the most appropriate option. Happy to help!

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