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Hi, I'm planning to apply for MS/PhD in Chemical Engineering - Fall 2015. Given below is my profile.
Undergraduate college: NIT Allahabad
Department: Chemical Engineering
CGPA: 7.39
Department Topper: 9.06
Backlogs: 0
12th Std. CBSE : 80%
10th Std. CBSE: 89%
GRE 316; Quant-162 (83%); Verbal-154 (63%) ; AWA- 3.5 (38%)
TOEFL - result awaited.
Work Experience : 
- Working in an HPCL-Mittal Energy Ltd. Oil Refinery since June-2014 (1.5 Yrs so far)
- Did summer training project at JK Lashmi Cement
Final Year Project : Metal ion removal from Industrial Effluent Waste Water using Biosorption (Wood Apple Shell)
Extra Curriculars: 
- Have won in a number of cultural and technical events held at inter-college level. 
- Have coordinated several events as well at college level. 
Fields of interest : Process Engineering, modelling and simulation, Energy.
I would love to go for PhD but I dont know if I will get it with my profile.
Here is a list of universities I have been considering :
1. Texas A&M College Station
2. University of South California
3. University of Florida
4. University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)
5. Iowa State University
6. University of Illinois, Urbana Campaign
7. University of Southern California
8. Georgia Institute Of Technology
9. University at Buffalo, SUNY
10. Rutgers, The State university of New Jersey
11. UC, Irvine
12. Purdue University
13. University of Houston
14. University of Colorado, Boulder
15. Pennsylvania State University
16. University of Washington
17. Arizona State University
18. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
19. Ohio State University
How are job opportunities in Canada? What chance do I have in:
1. University of Alberta
2. University of British Columbia
3. University of Waterloo?
4. Other universities? please suggest
How are European Universities with respect to job opportunities for a non European student?
Please help me out...
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