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I am pursuing B.tech in Computer Science right now with 8.3 CGPA till yet. I want to know what can i do to study abroad.
My preferences are USA, UK,Singapore and New Zealand.
What shall i do i.e. which courses and universities i can take and what i have to do to reach there.
I want to know about from steps to enter the university to scholarships.
I am looking in my own field but also open to others like MBA.
- June 16, 2014
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate
You can start preparing yourself for the standardized tests required for admission namely – IELTS or TOEFL and GMAT or GRE.
Links you should check as per your preferences as
Scholarships are based on your grades in your UG degree so study well and perform well.
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Based on your preferences, you can find a lot of top Unis offering MBA programs and computer science. Singapore is well worth considering, given the comparatively lesser cost of education and proximity to India.
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