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Admission in either NUS or NTU

  • Vishal Sharma profile image
  • Vishal Sharma Original poster
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: Singapore
Hi, I am from chennai. I have done BCOM with 49.4%.I got a 6 yrs of enterprise technical support experience. I am expert in wireless and switching domain. I am CCNA,CCNP and MCP certified. I have worked with MNC like dell . I am interested in masters from NUS or NTU in networking domain. Please provide the guidance for cracking these university will I able to sustain in singapore job market being a commerce grad ?

Replies (2)

  • Kanimozhi K.L
  • Kanimozhi K.L Expert

 

Hi Vishal, in regards to international opportunity, a foreign employer has to sponsor your work permit which is expensive and due to the inflation and recession in developed countries; employers are sceptical about employing foreigners. Still some employers employ exceptionally skilled foreigners.

Since you scored 49.4% in your B.com you might have to make up with your qualifying test scores (IELTS/TOEFL and GRE). You need to score a 93 for the internet-based exam and 580 for the paper-based exam for TOEFL and 6.5 are required with a minimum score of 6.0 in each component of the academic IELTS. In regards to GRE you need to score 90% and above.

  • Gigeo Sakkaryas
  • Gigeo Sakkaryas Participant

Hi, It is highly unlikely to get admissions in NUS or NTU. They in general look for students above 80% in the UG. Plus you come with a UG in commerce and so very  difficult to get admissions in these Universities. You can look at doing a MBA or MS in Networking related programs in some Universities where your work experience will be given weightage. 

Seek advice from a good Education Counsellor in your city of residence who will be able to help you. 

 

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