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- April 06, 2012
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States
If you are looking at funding, Phd would be a better option in USA provided you wish to take Subject GRE ( Physics - GRE) and also backed by good research projects at UG Level. If you do not wish to take Subject GRE, which is generally tough, then you can opt for MS in Astrophyisics. To have a brief idea, you can look at University of Georgia website where they do have good funding options.
Hi, Look at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, Master of Science in Engineering Physics (Space Science) which might suit your interest.
Also look at Syracuse University which offers some really good programs and offers lots of scholarships.
In general, you need a good Bach of Engg with atleast 60% and above and a GRE of atleast 300 to apply to some of the good Universities in USA. In general, it could cost about 20,000 to 30,000$ per year ( 10 to 15 lakhs) to study in USA. Students with 80% marks and good GRE scores can expect scholarships. But admissions for this year 2012 are closed for most Universities and you can seek admissions for Fall 2013.