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@RAHUL PRASAD • 15 Nov, 2012
respected sir,

i am planning to give the GRE exam to pursue MS in chemical engineering abroad...the problem is that i don't know in which country should i pursue my degree...
factors that i want to consider before selecting the country....
Cost of education:
this is the main factor that is troubling me, since i am from a weak financial background..i don't know if i should apply for US universities or Pursue my degree from countries like switzerland, canada and germany, where apparently the cost of education is very less...i am interested in research and hence want to make the best use of the opportunities presented to me....

my academic profile

class 10(ICSE): 76.67 %

class 12(ISC): 78.83%( I was the topper for my college)

B.E.(chemical engineering): CGPA: 8.91 out of 10

Papers presented:
National:1
International:0

Project:
My mini project was awarded the best project for the year 2011-2012

So what should i do....should i give GRE or IELTS.....PLEASE ADVICE
@Keerthivasan Ravisankar • 09 Dec, 2012 Here, i have attached WUR-S-2012 u can also make use of that to which u can choose for your MS degree
https://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings/world-university-rankings/2012
this like may help you, to your desired university courses
@prashpan • 10 Dec, 2012 • 1 like For Low cost masters program your best bet is Germany as most of the universities there have no tuition fees.
The only expenses you will be bearing is the cost of living in Germany.

Check this out
Chemical is under natural sciences, Subject - chemistry.

https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programs/de/
@Keerthivasan Ravisankar • 10 Dec, 2012
prashpan
For Low cost masters program your best bet is Germany as most of the universities there have no tuition fees.
The only expenses you will be bearing is the cost of living in Germany.

Check this out
Chemical is under natural sciences, Subject - chemistry.

https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programs/de/
RAHUL PRASAD this may help
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