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Admission to master's in USA after BTech in Mechanical

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  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States
I am pursuing my B.Tech Mechanical from Vellore Institute of Technology, India, one of the most reputed colleges in the country. At present I am in my 4th year. I have CGPA of 7.8/10 in my B.Tech and 92.4% in 10th and 80% in 12th. My TOEFL score is 106 and my GRE score is 308. I have completed elective courses such as Automobile engineering, Automotive Electronics and Instrumentation systems, Welding Engineering and Non destructive Evaluation and Testing. I have also presented papers in various national level technical symposiums. Moreover I have also participated in various extra curricular activities both at school and college level. I have worked as coordinator for National Service Scheme and was the sports captain at the school level. I have won bronze medal at Delhi(east) zone discuss throw and stood as the runners up in delhi(east) zone football competitions. What are the universities I can get into for mechanical engineering in USA ?

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To be considered for postgraduate study in Mechanical Engineering in the USA, you need the following documents intact.

Admission Requirements

1.       A completed application

2.       Official Transcripts

3.       Statement of Purpose

4.       Letters of Recommendation

5.       GRE scores

MS in Mechanical Engineering is offered by many leading universities in the USA

Some of them are,

1.       University of Wyoming

2.       North Dakota State University

3.       Montana Tech of The University of Montana

4.       Michigan State University

Click this link to know more about the course offered by these universities.

Hope this helps.

Good luck!


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