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Which country to go, USA or Canada?
Asked by: reddy518
Posted on Mon, 28 Jul 2008 13:56:26 GMT
I wrote GRE and TOEFL and got 1010 and 84 respectively. I am studying BTech 4-1 with 62% from JNTU University. I want to study MS in Computers abroad but everyone is telling US job market is very bad and economic growth has gone low and some are advising to go to Canada. I am not sure what to do and which college should I go? When should I apply in order to get scholarship? Please help me.
What others have advised you is true. However, USA has some best schools for computer studies but getting into these schools is difficult. Finding part-time jobs in USA has become extremely difficult. In Canada, you have higher chance to get part-time jobs and internships. Rate of career placements after studies in Canada is also quite high. Both USA and Canada are best for international students. But education quality in USA has deteriorated to some extent due to crowd of international students flowing into USA. Visa process for USA is also considered to be difficult. So looking at these points, you may consider USA to study abroad. But these are my thoughts only. May be, others think different than I do.
permanand answered 9 years and 4 months ago
I think USA is the best country for you for studying MS in Computers because USA is the most developed country in terms of science and technology. Universities of USA have high quality education as compares to Canada and also have lots of jobs opportunities.
Honey123 answered 5 years ago
Canada is the best country for you to study MS in Computers. As compare to USA, getting admission in the best Universities of USA is very difficult and also very expensive. I suggest you to study in Canadian Universities because it cost less to you and you can easily get admission in Canadian Universities.
Canadian Universities are also recognized as the best Universities in the field of Computers.
Kurtas answered 4 years and 11 months ago
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