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Scholarships for Mechanical Engineering in USA and Canada
Asked by: jamil
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Posted on Wed, 17 Sep 2008 01:03:58 GMT
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Hi, my name is Jamil. I have taken GRE test recently. I am a Mechanical Engineer. My percentage is 76 percent. My score in GRE is 1390. Score in Quantitative Section is 740, in Verbal Section it is 650 and in Writing Section it is 4. My TOEFL score is 98. I want to apply to US and Canada for Masters in Mechanical Engineering. Can I get a scholarship? I canít afford education on self finance. Looking at my profile, kindly guide me where to apply?

Reviewing your profile, I found it is good. If you are looking to get full scholarship, thatís rarely possible. But about partial scholarship, many colleges and universities in USA and Canada will be ready to award you. Iíve mentioned below a list of some universities for Scholarship in USA and Canada:

Universities in USA:
University of South Carolina
Western Michigan University
Tennessee Tech University
University of Utah
Virginia Tech University
Texas Tech University
Lake Superior State University
New Jersey's Science & Technology University
California State University, Chico
State University of New York at Stony Brook

Universities in Canada:
University of Alberta
Concordia University
Queen's University
University of Regina
Memorial University
Ryerson University
McGill University
McMaster University
University of Victoria
Lakehead University

These lists contain some high profiled universities. Getting admission at these universities may be difficult but if you get accepted for admission, they may also be ready to award you some partial scholarships upon your request. For more information on scholarships, you better contact the respective university.

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