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Found 19 results

  1. it has been 5 months since I have applied to this course and still no answer!
  2. Hello all, I'm a current final year biotechnology student and will be graduating in '21. I plan to do masters in US. However, after doing some research & going through universities and their courses, i have begun to develop interest in courses which are completely different from my undergrad. For e.g, i like Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA), Masters in Management Information Systems(MIS). I'm also inclined towards Health Informatics (MHI) but not many universities offer them. I'm kind of reluctant to apply for MIS, MSBA...because 1)i feel my chances of getting selected i
  3. Hi, has anyone heard anything back from the biotech MA program at Columbia? My application status online still says submitted. I emailed them over a month ago to provide some updated info, and at the same time, they mentioned that the lock-down would affect their admissions timeline. I can't find any evidence online of any results so far but I don't want to assume anything just based on that.
  4. Hey guys! Hope application season has been treating you well. I have narrowed down my choices for masters to the following two programs: 1. MSc Advanced Chemical Engineering with Biotechnology, Imperial College London. 2. MEng. Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto. At the moment I am leaning towards Imperial, primarily because of its top 10 ranking and the fact that its an MSc. Im assuming that doing an MSc which has a research component keeps both possible routes- phd and industry open, as opposed to an MEng which is purely industry focused. Will appr
  5. 3rd Decision - 2nd admit 1st - NYU MS in Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship - Accepted 2nd - University of Wisconsin Madison -Rejected 3rd - Johns Hopkins University - MS in Biotechnology - Accepted as a Conditional Student. Should I wait for decisions from Columbia(MA Biotechnology), UMich Ann Arbor ( MS in Human Genetics) and UPenn( Masters in Biotechnology) or just go for JHU? JHU MS in Biotechnology is a course under AAP. I've heard mixed reviews regarding these courses, since they are part time. As an International student , will It be good for me to go for something like this?
  6. I'm looking to apply to top 10 MSc ChemE programs and at the least top 20. My GPA is 3.90/4.00 in Chemical Engineering at RPI. I have one industry research paper and one pending research paper at school. I have one summer of research completed and one spring of industry experience in RnD at Corning Incorporated. I also plan to do research this fall semester during applications. I took practice tests for the GRE and I'm getting roughly 165 Q and 155 V most times with a few higher scores in Q. Considering my strong interest in biotechnology, what are some schools that I should
  7. Between Brown Biotechnology (Master) and Northwestern Biotechnology (Master), what should I choose?
  8. Hi everyone! I was admitted to the MA in biotechnology at Columbia University. I am looking to connect with other admitted students and current students who can shre their opinions about the program Have a great day! Victoria
  9. I've been accepted into two good schools. NYU : Masters in Biotechnology & Entrepreneurship at the Tandon School of Engineering Brown University: Masters in Biotechnology. I'm facing a very difficult time deciding between these two. I am also going to be an international student. Any advice on this regard would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  10. Hi! I was recently accepted into two great schools for a Master's program in biotechnology: NYU Tandon: M.S. in Biotechnology (might swith to the M.S. in Biotechnology & Entrepreneurship) University of Pennsylvania: Master of Biotechnology Program. I'm having a difficult time deciding between them, as both of them have good programs. Any advice? Additionally, does anyone know how is the biotech scene in NY like? Are there good opportunities as in other big biotech hubs? Thank you!
  11. I am trying to decide between which two Biotechnology programs to attend in the fall. The first program is the NYU Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship Program which is great because of its interdisciplinary curriculum in both biotechnology and business. They also offerered me a generous scholarship. On visiting the campus and speaking with faculty it seems promising. I was selected for an additional scholarship and feel like the financial aid office is forthcoming with working with me to cover tuition costs. The research areas are good with opportunities to do research at the renowned memorial
  12. Hi All, I recently was accepted to both the UPenn Biotech program and the UCSF/Berkeley MTM (master of translational medicine) program. I am in a bit of a dilemma because I really like both programs, but being that I don't really know what I want to do after the programs (aka my career trajectory), I don't know which program is better for me. I'm NOT concerned with the cost, or areas associated with the 2 schools. I'm more concerned with the networking benefits and where the alumni of the two schools end up after the program. Also, would attending UPenn help get me into the MBA program at
  13. I graduated with a bachelor degree in business administration in 2006 (foreign country). We don't do GPA there, but my uGPA is probably around 3.0. I worked on the family business for a while, then moved to the U.S. (husband was transferred). I didn't work for a very long time, just published a few ebooks online (in my native language). I knew I wanted to go back to school for a long time, but (not worth explaining the whole situation here) my husband wouldn't let me. Fast forward 10 years I got a divorce and enrolled in a community college to start getting core science courses. I'm halfw
  14. I'm interested in both KGI's Master of Bioscience program and Thomas Jefferson University's M.S. in Biomedical Sciences. They are both PSM (professional science masters) programs, but KGI's program is more industry oriented and offers curriculum on the business aspect of the biotech industry. Can anyone with experience with one, or both, of the programs please tell me more (such as career outlook, curriculum rigor, culture, etc.)? Thanks in advance!
  15. Hi all, Does anyone have any thoughts on this program? -avg. acceptance rates, reputation, faculty etc... Any help appreciated!
  16. Hey guys, I have applied to Northwestern and Columbia for the masters in Biotechnology starting Fall'16. I have got into NWU and the results for Columbia are yet to come (in the first week of May). Any suggestions on the pros and cons of both the programs? Also , both seem to be quite expensive, is it worth taking a risk hoping that I will land a job after graduation ? Thanks
  17. Hi guys, I'm planning to pursue Masters of Science in Biotechnology in the US. My question is what are some of the tier 2 biotechnology graduate programs available in the US? I've been coming up with a list of Biotech programs and wanted to make sure I included some Tier 2 programs. So far google's been really persistent to show me only Top/ tier 1 programs like UPenn, UCSF, etc... Help a brother out here Thanks!
  18. Hi! I'm an international student applying to PSM Biotechnology programs in the US. I came across Keck's program but don't know how good it is since it's a fairly new university and the program's kinda expensive too. I have an admit from Northeastern University and am hoping to get into NCSU's PSM program but was wondering if going to Keck if I do get in would be a good idea since its not like a proper university. Thank you!!
  19. I recently took New GRE and had preliminary scores.. but I cannot compare my spec to others who got accepted into biotech programs, because I havent seen anyone who posted their specs. I was wondering if my scores are in competitive level because I have second chance to take the new GRE around January, but it is so time consuming and already got tired of studying this. Although I am pretty sure that biotech is less competitive compared to other field , but I am still concerned V: 420~520 M: 730~800 AW :? GPA : 3.57 I am an international student and took several upper level bio-cours
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