How to do your Engineering Study / MBA / PHD from usa
How to do your Engineering/
PHD from USA after 12th
Even as Hari Vasudevan was earning his undergraduate degree in Bangalore,
India, he was already planning to complete a further advanced degree at an
engineering school in the United States.
"On my campus in India, it was considered the natural progression of things: If
you want to do higher studies, the U.S. is a more natural choice," says
Vasudevan, who's now a Ph.D. student at the
Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science. "In general, I think it's
agreed upon that the research environment and capabilities to do research are
much better here."
Engineering in USA
• Engineering is one of the most popular fields for
international students to study in the United
States. Along with physical and earth sciences
and business, the fields enroll 62 percent of all
international graduate students at U.S.
institutions, according to the study. Across all
U.S. graduate programs, the highest percent
increases of student applicants came from
China; the region encompassing the Middle East
and Turkey; and India, producing 18 percent, 12
percent, and 7 percent more applicants in 2011
than in 2010, respectively.
• Know whom to contact: U.S.
engineering schools can vastly differ in
areas of specialization and emphasis on
research or pre-professional training, so
researching programs is critical to
matching your academic interests and
career goals to the right school for you.
• [Explore graduate schools in the
Best Engineering Schools rankings.]
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