University Admission Briefing
We, at BrainEdge Education, help students get admitted to the universities and the course of their choice that best suit their aspirations and expectations. You only know better about your future plan so why not admission in subjects you choose. We respect your decision and also help you taking a final decision if you have a little bit of confusion about the subjects, the degrees, the universities/colleges and the countries, which have more potential for your career, for your future life. At BrainEdge Education, our experts helps you to apply at abroad universities for all undergraduate, graduates, MBA, and PhD studies.
Aspiring students have to undergo some tests, these tests are different for different countries :
The patterned tests required for admission vary from country to country and from course to course. These ‘standardized tests’ are designed to measure students’ aptitude for further study. Students whose native language is not English must also demonstrate their proficiency by taking the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). Graduate schools of business and MBA programs usually require the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT); post-graduate programs in other disciplines require the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Students going just after Class twelve for undergraduate programs need to take the SAT I and SAT II tests.
Most top b-schools have a scrupulous admission process to select students into their programs. Admission decisions are not rubric-driven, but depend on the applicant’s overall profile.The application procedure should be carefully completed with all requested information showing the qualifications that schools request and emphasize in their public materials. The admission selection process is highly competitive-with the best candidates competing for a restricted number of school openings. A candidate’s undergraduate rendition, GMAT and TOEFL test scores (when required), workexperience, career goals, personal essays, resume and recommendation letters are different facets of an MBA application. All Business Schools require candidates to hold at least a Bachelors Degree or its equivalent. It is not mandatory to have earlier exposure to business studies to be enrolled into an MBA Program.
For admission to postgraduate courses, you need to have a Bachelor’s degree. GRE and TOEFL scores are considered for admission in masters. For some PhD programs, Subject GREs might also be required. The range and choice of courses available in universities abroad is quite inclusive and one can always find the course of one’s choice. Most universities have their academic sessions starting in Fall (August/September) and Spring (January/February).
Funding options are available to international students for most graduate programs in the form of scholarships and research and teaching companionships though they might not be enough to cover your entire expenses. Most aid in graduate programs is based on merit.
High School academic record, SAT scores (when required), personal essays, recommendation letters from teachers, and financial proclamations are the key elements of undergraduate applications. The choice of courses available is varied and replete.
There is diminutive financial aid available at the undergraduate level and most students should be prepared to cover their entire cost. Part-timejobs are conversely available on campus, and students can expect to cover a part of their living cost by working part time.