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  1. Need help deciding between a master's program in electrical and automation from Aalto university or comp Engineering (EE) Program from Arizona state in terms of cost of living, student Life and job opportunities PS : got a 100% scholarship from Aalto
  2. Hi Y'all Looking at the lack of dedicated threads for EE/ECE and Computer Engineering students/prospective-grads to share their admits/applications/interviews information, I wanted to create a separate topic for it in which all of us prospective grad students can contribute, share our admit/interview experiences for the benefit of all. This would get a dialogue started where hopefully all of us can learn and contribute something.
  3. Hi all, I'm an international student and I've been offered a GRA Funding of 18k CAD/year from my potential MSc supervisor in UBC (from which I'll pay around 5K CAD/year for tuition and leaving 13K CAD/year for living expenses). Is it below average compared to GRA fundings in the ECE department in UBC ? Is it enough for my living expenses in Vancouver ? Thanks
  4. I made the terrible mistake of applying to Columbia's M.S. in Computer Engineering instead of M.S. in Computer Science. I got (logically) rejected from Comp Engineering 2 days ago. Does anyone know if it's possible to apply for Computer Science at this point? It looks like they admit on a rolling basis, but I'm just not sure if they allow 2 applications for the same semester (even if one was a mistake). I already emailed them asking to use my Comp Eng. application for Comp Sci consideration, but they seem slow to respond.
  5. Which universities in the US offer one year masters program or MEng in Computer Science or Computer Engineering? How good/bad is a one year masters degree compared to a two years masters degree?
  6. I'm a computer engineering student at this ABET-accredited university in the middle east. I graduate in December 2016. I'm a US citizen. A few months ago I was toying with the idea of doing a masters. During one of my courses I developed an interest in computer architecture and noticed that most jobs in the field require a masters or PhD. I asked a professor for a research opportunity. He agreed. A few days ago he got back to me and asked me if I was still interested in carrying out some research for him. I have a 2.68 GPA. Major GPA and GPA over last 2 years are more or less the same. Grades in some of the relevant courses are C's. I have an internship that will begin soon and probably help more than some research for landing a full time job for after I graduate. There's no use in turning down this internship opportunity for research unless I commit now to trying to get into a masters program. I'm planning on working on some projects related to computer architecture (hardware and software gameboy emulators) regardless but I don't think that will help. The only other thing I've got is competitive programming experience. I don't think that helps either. My recommendation letters, I assume, would probably be good. Some professors know me from programming contests. I've done well in them. Would doing any research this summer tip the scales in my favour? Would I have a chance of getting into a masters program at less selective universities?
  7. I have a 2.68 GPA, no research experience and nothing to offset that. I'm considering going into industry for a while to separate myself from my GPA, and then apply for a masters in computer engineering (specialization in computer architecture). If I decided to do that what kind of job, that I could realistically get, would help me the most?
  8. Which school would it be better to attend for an ms in electrical and computer engineering (specifically systems and control)?
  9. I got this mail in the morning today. Dear CS MS Applicant, We would like to invite you to apply to the Master's program in Computer Engineering at the University of California, Riverside. You were selected because your application to the CS MS program at UCR was reviewed well, but due to the very high competition you may not be offered admission. Because time is short, you must apply within a week of receiving this email. One you apply, we will use the application materials(GREs, recommendation letters etc.) from your previous application to the CS MS program to evaluate your application. Please note that this invitation does not constitute a promise of admission, since admission to the computer engineering program is also highly competitive. We look forward to hearing from you. Graduate Student Advisor, Computer Engineering Program I would very much like to apply to this university but I'm not so sure about Computer Engineering. The program is more hardware oriented than I would like and involves very very heavy mathematics. Is it possible that once in the univ you can apply for switching the program. Also I'm afraid this might just be an advertisement to get some application money out of me. Any Ideas?
  10. So, I'm trying to choose between UCSD and GA Tech for a masters in ece with a focus in Systems and Control. I got into UCSD with a 5k fellowship on top of the already low 11k-12k in-state student tuition and did not get any funding at GA Tech which would make GA Tech around 40k more expensive than UCSD for the full masters. The thing about that though is that I know I want to pursue an MBA after my masters and Georgia Tech has an MBA/masters joint program that would save a year (MBA there would take 1 year after the masters instead of the normal 2 years), so doing the joint program would effectively save me a years worth of MBA expenses which would effectively cancel out the advantage UCSD has over GA Tech in terms of cost, in addition if I can get a gra or secure funding after acceptance GA Tech would end up being cheaper. The problem with this is that you do not apply for the joint program until the final year of your masters or PhD at GA Tech, so it is not guaranteed that I would get into the MBA program. However, it would provide me with some flexibility if I went to tech (during the final year of my masters, I could try to get into the MBA program, apply to other schools MBA and PhD programs and try to get into the Georgia Tech's PhD program simultaneously, if I get into the MBA program and nothing else I could reapply for the other programs again next year, if I get into the PhD program there the MBA is still an option after the PhD if I didn't get in the first time). Do you think all of this is worth considering when I make my decision or do you think I should just consider the price of the masters without the possibility of the MBA? Do you think this MBA program would sound like a good idea if I can do it or would it be better to take an extra year and more money to get an MBA at a more renown business school provided I am accepted there? I know UCSD is a very good school for ece, but I know nothing about their systems and control program and can't seem to find much, how does it compare with the program at GA Tech and would it be worth the extra cost to go to GA Tech only considering the M.S. in ece?
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