Subscriber suggested Universities
Tue, Dec 11, 2018, 6:32 PM
These are less fees
Universities – IELTS Score Min 5.5
- New England College(IELTS 5.5)
- University of Central Missouri (TOEFL 61)
- Ohio University (IELTS 5.5 & TOEFL 61) Conditional Admission
- The University of Texas- A&M Kingsville (TOEFL 61)
- Central Michigan University (Conditional admission – TOEFL iBT 61 Min)
- Southern New Hampshire University (IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL iBT 71)
- Oklahoma City University
They are Low to moderate
$16,000 (Rs 10 L) to $28,000 USD (Rs 20L )
Duration is 1 to 2 years or exactly how many months and they have to come for which season?
It was depends on school to school
But New England college is about 12 to 14 months duration
And the rest of them has like 18 months to 24 months.
It will depends on the student to student.
since,few school will not allows you to countinue for the next semester if have lower GPA (<3.0)
They have to maintain the min GPA,as per the school policy,other wise they are not eligible for applying for OPT .
For New England college have 4 intakes
Fall spring I and II summer I and summer II aid optional.
CMU central Michigan university have 3 intake
Rest of them have only 2 (spring and fall)
But for the UCM university of central Missouri need to have WES (Westren education system)
Our education system in % wise
But American was in GPA,so they need to Convert it into CGPA
Of course, you can!
It’s my pleasure to help the student like me.
My stake: Coming to America is very easy. USA has several visas like marry someone on skype and get a visa and enter into the USA. Easiest visa is F1 International student visa. Here are the list of lowest fees univ given by one of my subscribers in the past. https://kumarexclusive.com/universities/ IF you study MS in any Univ remain same as getting Job is important on OPT or CPT and picking up H-1B work permit in lottery is purely 100% luck. So, there is nothing called merit in America. Choose wisely lowest fees univ and get your MS degree and get it repaid your bank loan in India. I did not come across any RICH Indian came to USA either for studies or work.