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Why study Engineering abroad? Ever wondered who designs the trains you travel in or who makes it possible for you to read this off your computer screen? All round the globe, engineers shape, invent, and build objects giving form to our everyday lives. Of such importance is the field of engineering. Engineering graduates will ...

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Respected Sir, I wish to study abroad after my +2 and I wish to enroll myself in an extremelly good university like MIT or Stanford . I have a little bit  knowledge about the SAT examination but not the detailed one like of the JEE. What is

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what are the chances of getting a full or about 75 to 80% scholarships while study in UTS or UNSW.... and what are the job prospects after finishing a post graduate degree in research sector or any other

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I recently completed my 12th in science stream and joined sal college(computer eng BE course) at ahmedabad which is approved by AICTE.My 12th percentage were 72.Should i apply as transfer or fresher. I want to study comp eng or similar course

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Hi, I have completed my B.E in civil engineering from Coimbatore Institute of Technology, India with 9.5 CGPA. I wish to do MS in Civil Engiineering from Singapore with full scholarship. Can you please guide me with the best universities a

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