Hi ,I am Jesna, a postgraduate in electronics and communication engineering. I really wish to do a master's in computer engineering with a full scholarship. I have 7.7 cgpa for both my bachelors and masters. Can i get a full scholarship with my score?
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That honestly depends on what subjects you'd like to study
But you can start this by looking at-
University of Iowa Brown University
India Bloomington University
University of Texas
Boston University, and more
Originally, Ivy League was an athletic conference – a group of 8 private colleges in North America known for having super-competitive sports teams.
Now, the reputation of these colleges goes beyond sports. They are centers of academic teaching and excellence, research, and have become known for providing promising career futures to all their students.
But it's a coeducational undergraduate college with graduate schools of business, engineering, and medicine
Which means you'll have to take combined bachelors+masters courses
You can't just do masters directly
I don't know about those but I know about the following ones-
Troy University Troy, Alabama – Minimum GPA for acceptance to the graduate program is 2.5 on a 4 point scale. This is one of the Universities that accept low GPA for graduate programs.
California State University San Bernardino, California – Minimum GPA for acceptance to the graduate program is 2.5 on a 4 point scale
Arkansas Tech University Russellville, Arkansas – Minimum GPA for acceptance to the graduate program is 2.5 on a 4 point scale
National University San Diego, California – Minimum GPA for acceptance to the graduate program is 2.5 on a 4 point scale
Nebraska Wesleyan University Lincoln, Nebraska – Minimum GPA for acceptance to the graduate program is 2.5 on a 4 point scale
The 2021 admissions cycle was offering a SAT test-optional policy that was considering all aspects of an application including grades, honors work, and extracurricular activities.
But idk about 2022...