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MS in Computer Science from USA or Canada
Asked by: neha
Posted on Thu, 2 Oct 2008 13:06:44 GMT
I want to do MS from USA or Canada. I have completed my BCA (Bachelor in Computer Applications), a 3 years degree, with 72% and have score 7 bands in IELTS. Please suggest me some universities for MS (Computer Science). Am I eligible for it as I am a fresher? I am very confused.
With your academic and English language qualification, you are eligible for admission at most of the universities in USA in Canada. Actually, 7.5 is a preferred band score for MS programs however, even the 7.0 band score will be considered. You must know that to study in USA, TOEFL is widely accepted English language test so some universities may not accept your IELTS score for admission. In Canada, all universities accept IELTS score.
Even though you’re eligible for most of the universities, here are few universities:
Universities in Canada:
Universities in USA:
abhijeet answered 8 years and 10 months ago
The Best USA Universities for MS in Computer Science are:
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2. Stanford University
3. University of California, Berkeley
radha20 answered 5 years and 7 months ago
You had scored 7 bands in IELTS. Your are eligible to most of the Universities of USA and Canada.
Here is the list of Universities in:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of California--Berkeley
Carnegie Mellon University
University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign
University of Washington
Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Texas--Austin
California Institute of Technology
University of Wisconsin--Madison
University of California--Los Angeles
University of Maryland--College Park
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Michael22 answered 4 years and 11 months ago
Your IELTS score is 7 bands. You are eligible to the some of the best universities of USA and Canada.
Here I have listed some of the names of the best Universities in USA and Canada for which you are eligible-
Mike145 answered 4 years and 10 months ago
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