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11 Scholarships in Europe for Non-EU International Students

Nov 30,17

To attract students outside Europe, governments of EU/EEA member countries and a number of Universities in Europe offer tuition fee waivers or scholarship programs for non-EU international students. scholars4dev.com lists the Top 10 scholarships in Europe for non-EU students. European Government Scholarships for Non-EU Students »   Holland Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students (Netherlands) The Holland Scholarship, financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, is meant for international students from outside the European …

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Best Masters Programs in Data Science & Big Data Analytics in Europe

Nov 29,17

Europe is an excellent destination from the point of view of the quality of education, the flexibility of course curriculum, practical and research-orientation, industry links, and mobility (trans-national studying opportunities). There are hundreds of good programs in Europe in the field of data science and data analytics. So, I will be covering them in a series of two posts. I have selected the programs after going through the course content, interdisciplinary nature, departmental profiles, industry …

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Scholarships for Indian students in Germany

Nov 28,17

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers scholarships to Indian students in Germany. Applicants get a chance to collaborate in projects with German scientists, researchers and practitioners in a wide variety of areas. DAAD Scholarships are open to all subjects, be it Architecture, Management, Technology or Arts and Literature. Following is a brief description of the scholarships on offer: Scholarships for Students in Germany: I. DAAD WISE (Working Internships in Science & Engineering) …

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How to Apply to Study Medicine in Germany

Nov 27,17

Germany is an ideal location for studying medical degree, offering high-quality education at an affordable price. An important fact to note about medical programs in Germany is that training programs are not divided between bachelors and masters – a medical training program takes six years to complete and is conducted entirely in German, so you’ll need a strong knowledge of the language. However, alternative programs in the medical field do …

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Study in Germany after 12th – Undergraduate Studies

Nov 24,17

There is a huge craze for study in Germany. While the MS programs in Germany get more attention in the media due to the availability of more courses that are entirely taught in English, the undergraduate (Bachelor) programs do not get that much of limelight. In this post, we will look at the undergraduate education in Germany. Get to know about undergraduate courses, top universities, eligibility criteria, application process and job …

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MSc Biomedical Programs with No Tuition Fees in Germany & Norway

Nov 21,17

The biomedical field has been generating a lot of interest among the Indian students. No surprise, several candidates are now looking at to do Masters (and PhD) in the field of biomedical science and biomedical engineering from foreign universities. As we all know, pursuing higher studies abroad does cost a significant amount of money. But, at the same time, there are also various scholarship schemes that international students can apply to. …

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Top 20 MS Computer Science Programs in Europe

Nov 17,17

It’s mid-November, and as usual, I got flooded with queries regarding college lists, admission procedures, application deadlines and availability of scholarships. Not a surprise to me, a lion share of queries have been from the Computer Science and Information Technology graduates. However, there is a difference this time. Unlike last two years (I was used to getting queries from college students), most of the queries are from working professionals (having work …

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European Commission offers Paid Traineeships with Monthly Grants

Nov 15,17

The European Commission is an institution of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU. The commission was established in January 16, 1958. The European Commission with the European Commission (or some executive bodies and agencies of the European Institutions like, for instance, the European External Action Service or Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation), offers a paid …

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Choosing College and Easy Funding tactics for international students

Nov 13,17

“Did you know that worldwide, almost 63% percent of graduate students receive funding or financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, school program assistance etc.” If you are preparing for Graduate school or are joining one and are worried about the financial costs and implications, please read on and evaluate the different methods you can follow to get financial assistance to study in your dream college. 1.  Look …

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Free Undergraduate Studies in Germany

Nov 9,17

Undergraduate Studies in Germany: Free Education System, Top Courses, Top Universities, Eligibility Criteria, Application Process and Job Prospects for International Students | Study in Germany after 12th There is a huge craze for study in Germany. While the MS programs in Germany get more attention in the media due to the availability of more courses that are entirely taught in English, the undergraduate (Bachelor) programs do not get that much …

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India IIT Master-Sandwich-Programme (IIT) in association with DAAD

Oct 20,17

The scholarships offer students from Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) the opportunity to complete a project work as part of their master’s thesis under the guidance of a German professor at one of the TU9 technical universities. Who can apply? Students from Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) in the 2nd semester of their 2 year Master’s programme or 4th Semester of their 3 year master’s programme or in the 8th …

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PostGrad is brutal. What is the most useful life hack in studying?

Oct 11,17

German college is brutal. Here’s how it works: You show up the first day, then the professor dumps 800 slides and a ton of materials on you. After that, class attendance isn’t mandatory, so naturally, you don’t go. At the end of the semester, you have to take one big ass exam that makes up 100% of your grade. *last night pre-exam cramming deluxe here we go* If you’re like …

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Careers in Renewable Energy: Job Opportunities, Fields of Study, and Top Universities

Oct 6,17

Renewable energy field has great potential for jobs of the future. Besides, renewable energy is also critical for the safety of our planet. The existence of Cyborgs, Time Machine and Extinction of Humans by Machines are debatable. But, Climate Change is Real. So, we do need personnel with the expertise in energy and climate change. So, what exactly is renewable energy? Why is renewable energy a good field to get into? …

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International Universities which are low on pocket and high on education!

Sep 25,17

Planning to study abroad and looking for the cheapest universities with quality education? Well, then we have conducted a research and listed below, the list of universities which are low on your pocket and high on delivering quality education – 1. Germany has been growing exponentially in popularity amongst international students. German universities like the Humbolt university of berlin, Technical University Munich and the Freie University provide undergraduate and Ph. D. level …

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Beginners Guide to Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), NLP, Deep Learning, Big Data Analytics and Blockchain

Sep 8,17

The new technologies like Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Deep Learning, NLP, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, Big data and Predictive analytics are having a massive impact in India. While plenty of jobs are being created in these fields, these new technologies are also taking away the traditional and boring human jobs. So, it’s quite important for the new generation to understand the new technologies, terms, and be aware of the required …

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How to send Revised GRE Scores to Universities?

May 17,17

How to report GRE scores to Graduate Schools? – Free reporting to 4 universities – GRE Additional Score reporting (ASRs) – GRE additional score report cost or fee – GRE score reporting Online (Web) – GRE score reporting by Phone – GRE score reporting by Fax – How long does gre score reporting take? In the application process to US universities, you have to report GRE and TOEFL scores to …

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MS Computer Science at University of Paderborn

May 16,17

Few words on Paderborn CS: *I am no longer studying in Paderborn so those who are studying here, feel free to comment your views as well  I am just writing generic info since I am getting lot of PM asking for the same. 1. CS Department: Its quite reputed (specially in Germany and some part of Europe). I am getting lot of queries regarding difficulty level. I would say, its not …

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Electrical Systems Engineering at University of Paderborn

May 16,17

Few words on Electrical Systems Engineering (ESE) – Paderborn University 1. There are two specializations: Electronics & Devices (ED) and Signal & information Processing(SIP); and 24 credits are same for both specializations. Moreover, you can study 12 credit subject from inter specialty and 12 credits are to be chosen from open pool of 5 subjects. so more or less , people study 60 credits of the program same. It differs …

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Signal & Info Processing Specialization in Electrical Systems Engineering – University of Paderborn

May 16,17

Just a few words about Signal & Info Processing Specialization in Electrical Systems Engineering since I’ve been getting a lot of queries about it. 1. Is it more difficult than E&D specialization?   Easy or difficult is a matter of perspective,prior experience, interest and sincerity. What is difficult for one may be easy for the other and vice-versa. The source of so-called-difficulty may be the fact that most subjects in …

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Erlangen Nuremberg MS in Advanced Optical Technologies

May 16,17

Advanced Optical Technologies Interview Questions: Interview will last for 10-15 mins. One should not panic. Usually, the interviewer language can easily be understood and interview was conducted in a friendly manner. What is your motivation What are your future plans Why you apply here In which field you would like to specialize? About your Proficiency in English language?   Interview was divided in two parts – First Normal followed by …

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TU Dresden – Info regarding Elective Subjects, Student or Part Time Jobs

May 16,17

Here is some Information about Electives & Job Hunt How to Choose Electives ? Take All the Elective Course Classes for ,lets say one week and Choose the Ones you like. My suggestion is have as many credit points as possible in 1st semester since 2nd semester is a bit difficult. About student jobs: There are several possibilities. 1. University – You can get a Student Job at University for 10 hours …

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How’s the University of Paderborn for a master’s in computer science

May 16,17

Difficult to compare because most people only do a master’s at one university and the background/goals matter, too. However, my take is: The CS department at UPB is separates in four pillars: 1) Software Engineering, 2) System and Embedded Software, 3) Theoretical CS, 4) Human-Computer  Interaction (HCI). The master’s is structured into modulus of two related courses. The student chooses a specialization area from the four pillars. Then the student …

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TU Darmstadt – MS in DSS – FAQ

May 16,17

Question 1: I heard from many people that course is very tough and generally take 2.5 to 3 years to complete. Is this true? According to me, the course is doable in 2yr.  I finished all my credits in 1.5 yrs. I’m planning to do a voluntary internship just for my own desire before my thesis. So I essentially completed the course in 2yrs and I strongly disagree with the fact that the course …

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KAAD Scholarship Programs For Germany

May 16,17

You are interested in studying in Germany ? You should consult these websites for a first orientation. The Site of our colleagues from DAAD offers broad information on universities, study programs, and also on ‘Studying German’. Particularly helpful is the DAAD Research Explorer. We also recommend the Hochschulkompass offered by the Conference of German University Presidents. The website of the Protestant scholarship programs offers information for Protestant applicants.   You are getting ready for doing post-graduate studies …

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German Grade Calculator

May 12,17

Wanted to know German grade scale equivalent for your academic score? Tired of seeing huge formulas  on other websites to get it converted? Well, here’s our very own German Grade Calculator. Simple and ease to use. Don’t forget to share it with your friends. Let everyone else benefit from this free tool. Highest obtainable Grade(Ex : 100% or 10 CGPA) : Grade in Bachelors/Master (Your Percentage or CGPA) : Minimum …

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