Are you thinking of pursuing Mtech or Btech courses in foreign universities? Great choice! It can be an exciting and enriching experience to study in a foreign country. However, the admission process can be a bit daunting, especially if you’re not familiar with the requirements. But don’t worry, We are here to guide you through the whole process!
Most universities require a minimum of 50% to 60% marks in 10+2. Some universities may also require a good score in standardised tests like JEE, SAT, or ACT.
International students must demonstrate their English proficiency by taking tests like IELTS or TOEFL. The minimum score required varies from university to university.
You will need to submit two to three letters of recommendation from teachers, professors, or professionals who can attest to your academic and personal qualities.
Some universities may require work experience in a relevant field for admission to Mtech programs.
You will need to write a personal statement that explains your motivation for pursuing an Mtech degree, your academic and work-related achievements, and your future goals.
Depending on where you’re applying to study, you may need to apply for a student visa or go through an immigration process.