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Want to study mechanical engg.
Prathamesh Walanj profile image Prathamesh Walanj Member Join date: Mar, 2014 Posts: 1 Points: 0


i have completed diploma in mechanical engineering. Now i want to do the degree in other country, so please suggest any universities. Tell me good university with low tution fees or any scholarships.


  • March 11, 2014
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States

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Priya Suresh Priya Suresh Contributor Join date: Jan, 2014 Posts: 26 Points: 400

Hi Prathamesh,


Germany and USA are good study destinations for Mechanical Engineering courses. You can find the list of universities on Uniguru that offers Bachelors degree courses in Mechanical Engineering. You need to choose the university that matches best to your academic profile and financial budget. You may then need to work on your academic transcripts, statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, Affidavit of support and other financial bank statements. You may also need to take up English Proficiency exams (i.e IELTS or TOEFL). If you opt for Germany, you must study German language – beginner level.


The approximate tuition and living costs are as given below:

Tuition - INR 9 -16 Lacs per annum, Living - INR 5 - 8 Lacs per annum

Total: INR 14 - 24 Lacs per annum


The scholarship depends upon your previous academic result and also after entering the university. Depending on your academic performance in the 1st term you will get the fee waiver or scholarship from the 2nd term onwards. The University admission team will have their own eligibility criteria and the student has to fulfill it, then you shall be eligible for the same.



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