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Top Schools for Graduating Electrical/Electronic/Communication Engineering

Specialization in communication- related programs for students is in varied areas such as telecommunication, mobile engineering and wireless or new media. Following are some schools for electrical / electronic / communications engineering with different criteria according to a survey on academics at peer institution. Rank Name of School Score Tuition Fee Gross Graduate Engineering Enrollment           #1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA 4.9 $46,400 per year (full-time) 3,123 #1 Stanford University Stanford, CA 4.9 $48,720 per Year (full time) 3,601 #1 University of California—Berkeley Berkeley, CA 4.9 $11,220 per year (in-state, full-time); $26,322 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 1,973 #4 California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA 4.6 $43,710 per year (full-time) 545 #4 University of Illinois—?Urbana-? Champaign Urbana, IL 4.6 $19,643 per year (in-state, full-time); $31,626 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 3,421 #6 Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 4.4 $13,452 per year (in-state, full-time); $27,872 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 7,504 #6 University of Michigan—?Ann Arbor Ann Arbor, MI 4.4 $23,504 per year (in-state, full-time); $44,216 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 3,364 #8 Carnegie Mellon University 4.2 $42,000 per year (full-time) 3,648 #8 Cornell University Ithaca, NY 4.2 $29,500 per year (full-time) 2,001 #8 University of Texas—?Austin (Cockrell), Austin, TX 4.2 $10,330 per year (in-state, full-time); $29,132 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 3,542 #8 Purdue University—?West Lafayette West Lafayette, IN 4.2 $9,564 per year (in-state, full-time); $17,506 per year (out-of-state, full-time) 2,373 For more information on the Student Visa and regarding immigration, please visit our website You can also drop at by one of our centers where our immigration experts will guide through the entire Student Visa Process.For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

12 July, 2016
Canada Needs to Game Up the Educational Sector for Asian Students

Over the past 15 year, there has been a steep growth  in the higher education sector.. The demand has been strong especially in Asia, overshadowing the domestic education sector. China has increased its capacity to educate nearly six-folds in past 15 years. A massive expansion has been announced by India to its higher education system. The goal of India has been to train 500 million people between 2015 -2022. Similar expansions have been remarkable in Chinese magnitude also and yet demand for higher education is being satisfied by western universities, where the reputation for quality is there along with the lack of young people.   Asian universities are aggressively recruiting top western professors in order to build the capacity of their own higher educational institutions. Thus Canada needs to rise and take the challenge of increasing the education for Asian students or the country may look for better options (countries) so as to promote its talent to the top.   The ability to engage Asian students with Canada is greatly appreciated and also mentioned of Canadian presence in Asia’s institutions of higher Education. Canada needs to improvise the educational sector so that students study in their home and not look for studying in countries like Poland and China. Canada’s student visa processing is equally important considering the attraction of international students. They must obtain a student visa before the admission offer is accepted by the Canadian immigration. So, there is a definitive need of standing in the competitive market, which means that Canada needs to continue its work towards a faster way of study permits.For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

09 July, 2016
Table of Top 10 Universities for International Students

While the most coveted colleges  like Yale, Harvard or MIT, Florida Institute of Technology attracts the highest number of immigrant students, followed by New School in New York and Illinois Institute of Technology, according to a report by Institute of International Education.The US universities attract international students and grew by 10 percent during the academic year 2014-15 when compared to the previous year. The report indicates that foreign students at American institutions are 974,926. Latin American and the Caribbean citizens who study in the US have increased by 19 percent in the fall semester of 2014, the study states. The top 10 universities that drew the most international students in undergraduate programs contributed around 22 percent of the foreign student numbers in the fall of 2014. These schools had an average of 7,216 undergraduates who enrolled in the same academic year. National University (state) % of international students Total Undergraduate Enrollment U.S. News Rank         Florida Institute of Technology 32.90% 3,636 161 (tie) New School (NY) 31.70% 6,695 127 (tie) Illinois Institute of Technology 29.80% 3,099 108 (tie) University of Tulsa (OK) 26.70% 3,473 86 (tie) Lynn University (FL) 23% 1,976 RNP* Carnegie Mellon University (PA) 20.90% 6,309 23 (tie) University of California—San Diego 19.90% 24,810 39 (tie) Andrews University (MI) 19.60% 1,805 175 (tie) Northeastern University (MA) 19% 13,510 47 (tie) University of San Francisco 19% 6,845 108 (tie) The school with the lowest number of international students was South Carolina State University with only 0.1 percent during the 2014-2015 academic intakes. This college was historically a black university which means that it was established before 1964 to serve the African American community alone and currently has 2,791 undergraduates. For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

06 July, 2016
Hillary Announces Start Up Visa Program

Speaking at the speech in Deliver, Hillary Clinton said that she would introduce a new start-up visa program and connect the green card with masters and Ph.D. degrees in Science and Technology streams. Unveiling a comprehensive agenda for development, she announced deployment of 5G wireless and Next Generation wireless technologies. Her major policies aimed to encourage young entrepreneurs and have access to loans, students a compulsory computer education and a high-speed internet service to every household by 2020. Unleashing comprehensive technology plan to the United States, Clinton said that it is the biggest plan and major asset. Make people understand that they have future in Science Technology and allow them to create jobs and more opportunities in the stream. According to her plan, the comprehensive immigration solution provides Green Card status post completion of higher education in the United States. If Hillary becomes the President of the United States, Indian students can benefit largely with the policies. India is the biggest source of the United States education, particularly for STEM programs.   For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

30 June, 2016
New Zealand Launches New Student Visa Program

New Zealand announced new student visa program to attract International Students and make education globally competitive.

30 June, 2016
Michigan University Scholarship Program for Fresh Students

Western Michigan University began a scholarship program for new students who seek admission to the university in fall 2017. The competitive Global Ambassadors Scholarship will support 100 potential freshers of the university. The program has funding worth $ 180,000 which helps the international students. An interactive competition will decide the students who are eligible for the program. The selection committee will choose potential students from the pool for the top level scholarship. The successful students can participate in the fully funded abroad-through-summer course in 2017. Features of the two Tier Scholarship Program 100 Global Ambassadors Scholarship applicants will be invited to compete for the 15 Global Ambassadors Diplomat Scholarships.The diplomat level scholarships allow students to study a course abroad before the Western Michigan University’s session begins in the fall of 2017.The scholarship gainers will be awarded $US 10,000, for overseas study during their sophomore, junior, or senior for a semester or more than that.If the student chooses for a short-term study course for two or three months, $US 3,000 will be awarded.The remaining students will be eligible for a representative-level scholarship that provides $US 1,000 for the students for studying abroad during their course.Only freshers qualify for this scholarship program.  For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

27 June, 2016
US Federal Panel Votes to Shut down ACICS

The United States Federal panel has voted for shutting down of the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). The country’s largest private sector agency has been criticized for losing oversight of educational institutions. The National Advisory Committee decision will impact 8, 00 000 students of the schools and Independent colleges accredited by the ACICS. Anthony Bieda, executive in charge said that "For better or worse we have become the subject of intense political and public scrutiny. We believe many of the public comments directed to ACICS are not well founded." The Private sector education industry statement stated that stripping of ACICS authority would harm the post-secondary vocational training in the United States. The United States department of education gives power to 37 accrediting agencies such that schools can have access to federal student loan system. The ACICS approved 725 institutions last year which granted $3.3 billion financial aid to the schools and independent colleges.The Department of Education stripped of the authority of the agency, and accreditor has to answer on the 21 point charge sheet.For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

27 June, 2016
New Zealand Sees Rise in Indian Students Numbers

The number of Indian students in New Zealand has increased drastically and the student migrants have hit new records last year. Students from the Philippines followed suit. A Massey University’s sociologist said that “This is a story of the rise and rise of Asia, and the shift from our traditional source countries in Europe.” “New countries are India and the Philippines...despite suggestions that it will tail off and perhaps drop, for the moment, there is no suggestion that this will happen soon.” India has always been the biggest source for sending students to international destinations. The United States, UK, Canada, Australia and other popular destinations have a good number of international students.  International students from Asia Migrate to New Zealand on a temporary basis and long term basis and are a significant addition to the migrant population in New Zealand. Indian students who went to study in New Zealand increased from only 611 in 2014 to 10,708 in 2015. Similarly, students from the Philippines rose from 64 to 1801, the work visa holders grew to 2030 from 56. For more updates follow us on  Facebook ,Twitter ,  Google+ , LinkedIn  

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