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  1. Hi My profile is as follows: Bachelors in Computer Engineering from India - Mumbai University GRE: 296 TOEFL: 99 Work Experience: 3 years as a software developer GPA: 6.29/10 Can you please recommend universities in USA for MS in MIS and MS in CS (open to both)? Since my GRE is on the lower end, I will first prefer to apply at universities that are not considering GRE scores. Thanks!
  2. Hey guys! Saw there wasn't any forum on AAUW International Fellowship 2020-21 cycle. The results were released on April 15, 2020. Did anyone here receive it? I was designated as an alternate and wondering what are my chances...
  3. Have you heard back from Cornell University (MPS AEM Applied Behavioural Economics and Individual Choice + CEMS MIM)? I had applied in the second round (Jan 15, 2020 deadline) and was supposed to hear back before the 1st of March, 2020. However, I am yet to receive any intimation from the university.
  4. I am mainly interested in Machine learning and Computer vision. The confusion exists as I am told ETHZ is clearly better in terms of research, so that will help if I decide to go for a PhD later. On the other hand, job opportunities are much better in US, so if I dont go for a PhD, UCLA holds an advantage.
  5. Hello, hive mind! I wanted to know the pros and cons of going for a lesser known STEM program (UC Berkeley Master's in Development Practice) v/s a better known non-STEM MPP/MPA (e.g. SAIS, Harris, SIPA, etc.). I'm not eligible for most scholarships, and the chances of receiving financial aid from either school are quite slim. STEM OPT is useful for international students who could potentially accelerate their career by working with reputed organisations in the States for a few years - and help in paying off education loans a lot sooner (compared to working in my home country post-Master's). However, in terms of placements and getting a foot-in-the-door at the very least, a better known program will likely open doors for more number of opportunities. Both degrees are useful in terms of offering the flexibility to customize the degree as per one's desirable focus area. Aptitude for STEM coursework is also not an issue, even though I'm a Business and Liberal Arts major.Welcoming guidance from anyone and everyone who has an opinion on this choice!My background: have 2+ years experience in field research with multilaterals + US university-affiliated DevEcon research firms in a third world country - mostly in the area of poverty reduction. I wish to continue working in organizations and nonprofits but as an early career professional, I'm sector-agnostic at this point. By that, I mean that while I'd ideally like to proceed with my work in international development, I'm also open to switching to other focus areas (e.g. gender, energy) if my interests match Thank you in advance!
  6. Not sure if I'm posting this in the right place... but I might as well try. I'm considering applying to the Transatlantic Masters Program at UNC-Chapel Hill, more specifically the Turkish-German track. The program seems much more viable compared to any other American university in terms of obtaining an MA, however I would still need funding to undertake studies there. I have read into some of the funding opportunities available to European and German citizens (which I am). I was wondering if anyone had any other advice in terms of funding options or opportunities I could look into or qualify for, as a German/Turkish citizen currently finishing a BA at the University of Edinburgh.
  7. Hello, I require advice shortlisting universities as ambitious/moderate/safe. Looking for universities mainly in the US. GRE : 331/340 (164V, 167Q) TOEFL : 118/120 Undergrad : B.Tech in CSE from NITK Surathkal, India. CGPA : 9.49 Internship : Software engineering intern Work Experience : 15 months as Software engineer. No research experience. One paper publication but the conference isn't well-reputed. My SOP will be moderate, and my LORs will be moderate as well. Taking all this into consideration, what universities would be ambitious/moderate/safe for me? I'm looking into MS in Computer Science, but my interest mainly lies in image processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Thank you for your time ^^
  8. Citizenship: Indian SSC/10th class: 90.7% Inter/12th class: 97.2% Bachelors in CS: GPA 9.14 out of 10 scale (2014 pass out) Internship(Summer 2013): IIT Bombay for 3 months Work: 3+ years in SAP ABAP at Infosys Limited, Hyderabad with 3 awards at work. GRE:334 TOEFL:115 I don't have any recommendations or publications or extracurricular activities. Please suggest improvements I can add to my profile for increasing chances. I want to apply for CS masters degree Fall 2019. Please suggest 3 ambitious, 4 moderate and 3 safe admissions. Other than the list, please mention good universities if my masters' fee can be fully/partially funded. Thanks in advance, Lens :-)
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