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How much TOEFL score is required to study Engineering in best universities of USA?
Asked by: kundan
Posted on Thu, 7 Oct 2010 00:57:08 GMT
I am student from India, Mumbai. I had just completed my intermediate level studies in science stream. Now, I want to make my career in any of the engineering fields like Aeronautical Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Audio Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chassis Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Design Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Forensic Engineering, Genetic Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Marine Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Model Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Software Engineering, Sound Engineering, Structural Engineering. To get admitted in best engineering universities to study in any of the above engineering fields, how much TOEFL score is required? My first choice of destination is USA but if I find good alternatives, I am ready to study in any other countries than USA. So, please suggest me regarding TOEFL score required by top engineering schools of USA, UK, Germany, Canada, Australia, France, Japan, or any other countries.
Engineering subjects are offered in many universities and colleges across United States of America. The embassy accepts any score above 70 in TOEFL IBT or IELTS 5.5 however the colleges and universities have different requirements.
The top 100 universities/colleges accept a minimum TOEFL IBT 87 or IELTS 6.5
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