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ketodietman

GPA 3.55 chem. engineer. International

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Hi,

I am a junior in US college, and I major in chemical engineering and minor in Spanish. My current GPA is 3.55. I am seriously considering to pursue masters in US, and I would like to ask several questions.

1) Can I pursue masters in discipline that isn't necessarily chem. E, but related somehow? I.E. chemistry, biomedical engineering, etc. 

2) Does being a foreign student affect my chance of acceptances as much as it does for undergrad?

3) How do people pay for masters? My family isn't really rich.   

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1. Definitely.

2. Not as much as undergrad, but it still affects your chance.

3. Merit-based scholarships or on-campus jobs like TA or RA.

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