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Applying to Universities in Europe and US is atleast a 6-7 month long project. Your questions will need to be addressed in a step by step process. As a direction, my first advice will be to look at industry reports and get a sense on future growth economies in your area of interest. This will help you streamline your thoughts. Look at the job profiles and organizations you want to apply to after your graduate degree and start thinking backwards.
I know that this will not answer all your queries immediately but you have to understand the complexity of the situation and move in a planned way.
Hope this helps.
Yeah, I know about the job profiles and companies concerned. But I need to know the best universities that offer that course. Without knowing that, I cannot proceed further or prepare for any exams.
seniors plz reply to this question.where can I get more job opportunity?
secondly, I guess european universities are more costlier than US university and cost of living is also higher.
@srinath what do u think abt it
Yeah, I agree with your proposition but there a lot of acholarships which can be a big advantage if one secures one. In that way we can cut costs and concentrate more on studies. Cost of living is one which can't be ovelooked and is indeed a critical factor. But, I think its worth the risk and job searches can be widened over Europe as a whole. This thread deserves more attention and mentoring.
Any experts and seniors please reply to this post and help us.
@srinath have you applied any us universities for wireless communication?? there r some good university in sweden which provides good courses