Want to pursue Engineering in the US. Please guide.
I would like to know some of the good institutes to pursue a MS in Aerospace Engineering in the US? Is it a good industry to be in?
Some of the top universities to pursue an MS in aerospace engineering are Illinois Institute of Technology, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Florida State University, San Diego State University, Arizona State University, Colorado State University, Boston University and the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. To answer the second part of your question, Yes, it is definitely a good industry to be in as the aircraft and spacecraft manufacturing and the aviation and space exploration industries are both growing at a fast pace.
I wanted to know about the best Post graduation courses available in mass communication or photography abroad. What entrance exams do I need to give?
You can aim for a M.S degree in Mass Communication and Photography from a good university in the U.S.A like Emerson College, University of Florida Gainesville, Boston University, New York University, Academy of Arts University, Savannah College of Art and Design, University of Southern California, The George Washington University, Temple University and University of the Arts. Apart from TOEFL iBT test, you will need to take the GRE General test.
My son is planning to pursue the three year undergraduate bachelor of engineering in the UK. I would like to know if this degree will be valid if he wishes to pursue an MBA or MTech in US or India in the future.
Both USA and India recognize the three year bachelor’s degree program as eligibility for an MBA or MTech course. This is because the British GCE school examination system has thirteen years of education, eleven up to “O” levels and two years for “A” levels. You just need to be aware that the degree is pursued from a recognized institute. For application to the U.S universities he must have a consistently high grade average at the UK University and good GRE and TOEFL iBT scores.