Universities in USA

California Institute of Technology

Caltech as the university is commonly referred to, is a private research university in California consistently ranked in Top 10. It is well known for its research, renowned faculty, student organisations, corporate connections and interdisciplinary programs. Caltech is a highly selective institution, emphasizing research in the sciences and engineering.

Notable Alumni: Co-inventor of Transistor – William Shockley, Administrator of NASA – James Fletcher, American Geologist – Harrison Schmitt.

Academic Programs

  • Biology
  • Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
  • Engineering & Applied Science
  • Geological & Planetary Sciences
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Physics, Mathematics & Astronomy
  • Interdisciplinary Programs

The most famous programs are given below:

Doctor of Philosophy in Physics – Ranked #1 by US News and World Report PMA Division Department does not offer Masters Degree. Department has research group and collaborations, observational facilities, highly qualified faculty. Admissions are offered for fall admissions intake.

Research Groups:

Astrophysics Observational Atomic Molecular Optica Condensed Matter Nuclear Physics Quantum Optics & information. Research Areas: Quantum Information Mathematical Physics Atomic Physics Space Astrophysics Condensed Matter Theory High Energy Astrophysics Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance (Annual) GRE and TOEFL USD 61516 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall January 01 Financial Aid Options: Assistantships Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics- Ranked #7th by US News and World Report Caltech has one of the best mathematics departments in the country, and offers a very strong graduate program. The mathematics department has 15 regular faculty members, 12 postdoctoral fellows and instructors, and 29 graduate students. Prepare students for research careers in universities, industry or government. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance (Annual) GRE AND TOEFL USD 61516 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) January 15 Financial Aid Options: • Fellowships • Assistantships Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science – Ranked #11 by US News and World Report Research emphasis are on algorithms, communication protocols, networks, graphics, human computer interaction, VLSI, information theory and many more. MS degree is required in order to join the PhD program. Admissions are offered for Fall quarter only and the class size are small. Research Groups: Asynchronous VLSI, Computer Graphics, Computational Vision Group, Theory of Computation, and many more. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance (Annual) GRE, TOEFL & GRE subject test USD 61516 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) January 15 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, more popularly known as UMich, is counted amongst the top public research universities in the US and the top academic institutions in the world. Consistently rated as one of the five best Colleges of Engineering in the country, U-M offers top-ranked academics and is home to the largest engine research group in the nation. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor known for it’s academic excellence has produced more than numerous Rhodes, Fulbright and Marshall Scholars, Pulitzer Prize winners and 7 Nobel Laureates. Notable Alumni include Lockheed president Willis Hawkins, Google co-founder Larry Page, playwright Arthur Miller, and Clarence “Kelly” Johnson founder of the Lockheed Skunk Works to name a few. Academic Programs: Architecture & Urban Planning Art & Design Business Dentistry Education Engineering Graduate Studies, Rackham School of Information School of Kinesiology Law Literature, Science, and the Arts Medicine Music, Theatre & Dance Natural Resources & Environment Nursing Pharmacy Public Health Public Policy Social Work Masters of Engineering in Automotive Engineering The Master of Engineering Automotive Engineering program offered as an Interdisciplinary graduate program is a 30 credit hour course. This is an advanced professional degree program emphasizing on engineering practice and enhancing interdisciplinary skills automotive engineering, teamwork and business understanding. The highlight of the program is the Capstone Project where, while doing an industrial project the student has the opportunity to work closely with faculty and industrial leaders. Eligibility Criteria GRE (Recommended) TOEFL Cost of Attendance (Annual) US$ 53,581 Application Deadline: Intake Term Application Deadline Fall February 15 Spring September 15 Masters of Business Administration: Ranked #14 by US News & # 28 by Financial Times in 2011 The MBA program at Ross Business School believes in action based learning. 21 month in duration, real time exposure to various projects and assignments provides an unmatched learning opportunity to its students. The average work experience for the Class of 2012 was 5 years with the average age being 28. The class had students from varied academic backgrounds with the majority of them coming from Business, Engineering and Humanities background. The average GMAT score was 704. Eligibility Criteria GMAT TOEFL Cost of Attendance (Annual) US$ 70,605 Application Deadline: Round Submission Deadline Decision Notification Date First October 11 January 14 Second January 5 March 8 Third March 1 May 15 Masters of Science in Financial Engineering: Ranks amongst the top 10 Financial Engineering Schools by According to the Street (2008) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor is amongst the few universities offering an MS in Financial Engineering. Enhancing the overall academic experience, the course is administered through the 3 well established faculties. Core courses in Finance are taught through the Ross Business School, the Mathematics and Statistics courses are administered through the College of Letters and Sciences and the optimization and computational courses are taught through the College of Engineering. Applications are accepted for only the Summer term. Eligibility Criteria GRE TOEFL Cost of Attendance (Annual) US$ 53,581 Application Deadline: Deadline Submission Deadline Deadline 1 November 1 Deadline 2 February 15 Columbia University It is a private research university in Manhattan, New York City and one of the eight members of the Ivy League. Columbia is the oldest institution of higher learning in the state of New York, the fifth oldest in the United States. It was the birthplace of FM radio and the laser. Notable alumni include the U.S president George Washington, Chairman of Wal-Mart S. Robson Walton, Noble laureate and President Barack Obama; to name a few. Schools: Architecture, Planning & Preservation Arts & Sciences, Graduate School of Arts Barnard College Business Columbia College Continuing Education Dental Medicine Engineering Social Work Union Theological Seminary Faculty of Arts & Sciences General Studies International & Public Affairs Jewish Theological Seminary Journalism Law Medicine Nursing Public Health Teachers College Masters in Business Administration: Ranked 9th in the world by the US News and World Report This is a 2 year, full-time program. The School’s emphasis on active learning and entrepreneurial thinking readies students to successfully lead diverse global organizations. The MBA curriculum also offers 10 dual-degree programs in partnership with other graduate schools at the University. Students admitted for the 2010 session had an average work experience of 54 months (4.5 years). The career management center (CMC) partners with students to assist them with every phase of their career development, from internship and job searches to lifelong career progress. The average salary drawn by the graduates for year 2010 has been of the order of USD 107,450. Eligibility Requirements GMAT, GRE, TOEFL Cost of Attendance USD 83,556 Application Deadline: Intake Regular decision Fellowship deadline Fall April 13 January 5 Engineering programs: Ranked 16th by the US News and World Report Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science Offers programs to both undergraduate and graduate students who undertake a course of study leading to the bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree in engineering and applied sciences in the field of applied physics, applied mathematics, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer engineering, computer science, electrical, environmental, financial engineering, industrial engineering, materials, mechanical and mining engineering. Besides the faculty, the single greatest facility at a Columbia student’s disposal is without doubt the city of New York, New York is a major player in high-tech research and development, where Fortune 500 companies traded on Wall Street seek partnerships with high-tech start-up ventures in Tribeca. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance Financial aid options SAT, TOEFL, GRE Depends on program Available Application Deadline: Intake Early Decision Financial Aid Regular Decision Masters Fall November 1 November 16 January 1 December 1 Spring NA NA October 1 Other popular courses: Advanced Legal Education Programs (CLE) Alternative Dispute Resolution Careers in Law Teaching Program Clinical Program Collateral Consequences of Criminal Charges Columbia-Leiden-Amsterdam Summer Program Intellectual Property Law International Migration: Economics, Ethics and Law CORNELL UNIVERSITY It is a private, Ivy League university located in Ithaca, New York, United States. Cornell counts more than 255,000 living alumni, 28 Rhodes Scholars and 41 Nobel laureates as affiliated with the university. Notable alumni include the famous cryptologist William F.Friedman, Co-founder of PeopleSoft David Duffield, author E.B.White, actor Frank Morgan; to name a few. Colleges and schools: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences College of Architecture, Art, and Planning College of Arts and Sciences College of Engineering School of Hotel Administration College of Human Ecology School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) Masters Program in International and Comparative Labor: One of the topmost in the world School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) The two-year Master of Industrial and Labor Relations (MILR) degree program provides a broad-based foundation with a specific, intense focus on the interaction between people and organizations in the workplace. Because ILR alumni hold senior and influential positions in numerous businesses and labor organizations, the strength of the program is well known around the country, and even the world. Their job titles range from Recruiter, HR Manager, Labor Relations Specialist, and Senior Consultant in the corporate world, to Field Examiner with the NLRB to Research Analyst with a union. The MILR program is intended for students with 1-4 years of work experience, but they also admit a small group of outstanding students directly from strong undergraduate programs. Most masters students earn between $500 and $1,732 a week during a summer internship. Many students (85% of MILR graduates) accept positions before graduation. In 2009 the average starting salary was USD 78,262, with a range from USD 51,871 to USD 120,000. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance Financial aid options GRE, GMAT, TOEFL USD 50,890 Available Application Deadline: Intake Round 1 Round 2 Fall January 1 February 15 Graduate programs in Life Sciences: Ranked 11th in the world by US News and World Report There are over 30 Fields to choose from in the Life Sciences department, broadly could be classified into: Applied Biology Biomedical Sciences Ecology, Evolution, and Integrative Biology Genetics, Genomics, and Bioinformatics Molecular and Cellular Biology Physical, Chemical, and Computational Biology The Graduate Field of Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cell Biology (BMCB) at Cornell University provides top ranking, multidisciplinary training in diverse aspects of biological and biomedical sciences. The BMCB Field builds on the strong tradition of interdisciplinary training at Cornell and is supported by over 50 faculty. Research topics include transcription, DNA replication, DNA repair, membrane trafficking, the cytoskeleton, signal transduction, metabolic regulation, enzyme structure and mechanism, organelle function, biophysics of protein-protein and protein-lipid interactions, and virology. The model organisms used in BMCB labs include bacteria, yeast, plant, C. elegans, Drosophila, and mouse. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance Financial Aid Options Regular Decision GRE, TOEFL USD 20,800 Available December 8 Other popular Programs: Master of Law Doctor of Law Doctor of Science of Law Dartmouth College Dartmouth College was founded in 1769 by a Congregational minister from Connecticut, The Reverend Eleazar Wheelock. As an Ivey League institution, Dartmouth as approximately 4100 undergraduates and around 1700 graduate students. Dartmouth’s mission is independence of thought within a culture of collaboration. Dartmouth has 29 undergraduate academic departments and 10 academic programs divided into four divisions: the humanities, the sciences, the social sciences, and interdisciplinary programs. Master of Business Administration: Ranked #7 by US News and #18 by Financial Times Tuck School of Business General Overview - With a class size of 280 students and a faculty-student ratio of 1:5, it has one of the smallest class sizes and the most strongly close knit community which there can be in any business school. The students have at their disposal more than 80 electives to choose from in a wide variety of functional areas focusing specifically on cross functional knowledge. With a major focus on leadership development Tuck has built in the Personal Leadership program as a part of the curriculum instead of a stand alone feature to help students evolve into better leaders at every stage of the program. Class structure -With almost equal % of students coming from business, engineering as well as humanities undergraduate degrees, Tuck strives to attain as much diversity as possible in a small class. Class of 2012 saw 100% students coming in with at least some amount of work experience with maximum % coming from a Consulting background. Career Management - Tuck has one of the best career management centres and one of the best highlights is the Tuck Advisor program wherein the second year students are paired with industry professionals as their mentors and these professionals are the highest positions in the their chosen careers, as a result of which Tuck has a 100% placement record within 3 months of graduation. With companies like Booz Allen and Boston Consulting group coming on campus to recruit as Consultancy is one of the most preferred areas of expertise with Strategy being the most widespread domain. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance GMAT and TOEFL US$ 79950 Application Deadline Deadline Date Early Action Round 13th Oct 2010 November Round 10th Nov 2010 January Round 3rd Jan 2011 April Round 1st April 2011 Masters of Sciences in Engineering Management Thayer School of Engineering in collaboration with Tuck School of Business General Overview -The program is offered by two schools of Dartmouth College- Tuck Business school known for its cutting edge business programs and Thayer school of engineering known for its technical expertise and runs for over 15 months. The main aim of the program is to develop business -savy engineers who understand the implications of technology on today’s business. Students have the option of taking up the electives not only from both the engineering and management school but the other science departments Dartmouth Medical School, Vermont Law School, or The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice (TDI). Class structure – with almost 25% of the students coming in with work experience almost 50% of the students come in from an engineering background with the highest % of mechanical engineers going in for this program. Almost 50% of the class is international having international degrees. Career Management – The career management centre is focused towards identifying organizations and opportunities for the students and helping them negotiate the offers. Class of 2010 almost 37% of the students took up engineering and operations as their area of expertise and 21% going in for diverse functions like project management. With a compulsory internship as part of the program, companies like Bain and Booz Allen Hamilton come in recruitment. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance GRE and TOEFL USD 36666 Application Deadlines Deadline Date 1st Application period 15th January 2nd Application period 15th March Duke University It is a private research university located in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Besides academics, research, and athletics, Duke is also well known for its sizable campus and Collegiate Gothic architecture, especially the Duke Chapel. Duke’s research expenditures are among the largest ten in the nation. Notable alumni include Richard Nixon, Chairman/ President/Vice President/CEO of Fortune 500 companies like Microsoft (Scott Guthrie), BB&T (John A. Allison IV), Boston Scientific Corporation (Peter Nicholas), Chesapeake Energy (Aubrey McClendon), Cisco Systems (John Chambers), ExxonMobil (Rex Adams), General Motors Corporation (Rick Wagoner),to name a few. Undergraduate engineering programs: Ranked 9th in the world by US News and World Report Pratt School of Engineering It offers a four years regular bachelors course, and also a 4+1 BSE/MS program in engineering in a variety of branches . One of Duke’s most unique attributes is that it really celebrates the first year of college. Freshmen are housed together on the East side of campus while sophomore and upperclassmen are housed together on the West. This gives first-year students a chance to bond with members of their own class as well as tiptoe into the college lifestyle. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance SAT, TOEFL USD 55,690 Application deadline Intake Early decision Regular decision Fall November 1 March 1 Professional Masters degree in Engineering Management: One of the topmost in the world The course could be completed in as little as one year. It’s highly recommended for students with less than five years of work experience, and tailored for students in the earliest stages of their careers. The degree is offered with the support of the Fuqua School of Business and the School of Law, prepares engineering and science graduates to become future industry leaders.The program focuses on Team-based Learning, Case Study Method and Seminars. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance GRE, TOEFL USD 57,681 Application deadline Intake Round 1 Round 2 Fall January 15 March 15 Masters in Business Administration: Ranked 14th in the world by US News and World Report Fuqua School of Business The school offers five different modules of MBA program, based on a diverse curriculum and duration. The daytime –MBA is the regular 2 year course.Students could choose from these five programs as per their individual requirements. Business Week magazine recently ranked Fuqua No.1 in the US for intellectual capital, a proxy for faculty quality. Regardless of the program, all Fuqua students learn from the same impressive faculty who study the world’s most relevant problems. Average work experience recorded for the class of 2010 for the regular Daytime-MBA was 5.3 years. Average salary drawn by the students of 2010 was of the order of USD 101,136. Eligibility criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT, TOEFL USD 53,702 Available Application deadline Intake Early action Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Fall September 30 November 1 January 5 March 8 Emory University It is a private research university located in the metropolitan Atlanta area of Druid Hills, Georgia. Its medical, law and business programs consistently rank in the top 25 in the country. The University has more than two million square feet of building space that has been certified by the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program and has a commitment to having three-quarters of the food they serve on campus come from local or sustainable sources by 2015. Notable alumni include Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso), Sanjay Gupta-a contributing CNN chief health correspondent, renowned organic chemist Harriet Hamilton ; to name a few. Schools and Colleges: Emory College of Arts and Sciences Oxford College Goizueta Business School Laney School of Graduate Studies School of Law School of Medicine Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Rollins School of Public Health Candler School of Theology Masters in Business Administration: Among top 20 in the world Goizueta Business School The school offers a 2 year-full time and an accelerated One-Year MBA program that helps students with focused career goals return to the workforce quickly. Emory University’s Goizueta Business School benefits from its connections with Atlanta, the business hub of the Southeast. Distinguished faculty members include asset pricing expert Jay Shanken, momentum investing architect Narasimhan Jagedeesh, financial reporting guru Ilia Dichev, and Jagdish Sheth, a pioneering theorist in customer relationship management. Goizueta Business School is a leader in scholarly business research, having been recently ranked in the top 10 most influential in Marketing, Finance and Accounting by the Chronicle of Higher Education. It was an early pioneer in immersive experiential learning through its Goizueta Marketing Strategy Consultancy, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year (2011). Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance Financial aid options GMAT, TOEFL/IELTS USD 63,702 (2 Year program) Available USD 63,600 (1 Year program) Application deadline: Intake Early action Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Fall November 1 December 1 February 1 March 1 Undergraduate program in Business (BBA): One of the topmost in the world Offered by the Goizueta Business School , it’s one of the most dynamic, progressive, and intellectually rigorous undergraduate programs in the world. The program is distinguished by their exceptional student body, globally recognized faculty, technologically superior facilities, and close connection to the corporate community. The program focuses on developing innovative problem- solving skills. The BBA program has a Career Management Center housed in Goizueta Business School, which provides resources to students for lifelong career development, to maximize student placement in both internships and full-time positions, to ensure competitive compensation, and to develop and strengthen recruiting opportunities with the leading companies in each of the BBA concentration areas. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance Financial aid options SAT, TOEFL USD 53,556 Available Application deadline Intake Early Decision 1 Early Decision 2 Regular Fall November 1 January 1 January 15 Georgia Institute of Technology Year after year, Georgia Tech is consistently the only technological university ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s listing of America’s top ten public universities. In addition, Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering is consistently ranked in the nation’s top five by U.S. News. Georgia Tech’s campus occupies 400 acres in the heart of the city of Atlanta, where 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students receive a focused, technologically based education. The university is a national and international leader in scientific and technological research and education. Georgia Tech now ranks among the top 10 in research expenditures among universities without a medical school Notable alumni include Charle Garry Betty(CEO Earthlink), David Dorman(CEO AT&T Corporation), Mike Duke(CEO Wal-Mart) among many others. Colleges & Schools: College of Architecture College of Engineering College of Management College of Computing Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts College of Sciences The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering: BS/MS in Mechanical Engineering is ranked #4 by US News The School is the oldest department at Georgia Tech; classes began in October 1888. In 2000, the School was designated a Mechanical Engineering Heritage Site by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. There are only 225 sites, landmarks, and collections in the world, and we are the only educational institution to be recognized. We have 94 full-time, tenure-track faculty (all with Ph.D.’s), including ten joint appointments from other schools on campus. There are also 24 research faculty and six academic professionals. The faculty in mechanical engineering is divided into self-selected interest groups: Acoustics and Dynamics; Automation and Mechatronics; Bioengineering; Computer-Aided Engineering and Design; Fluid Mechanics; Heat Transfer, Combustion, and Energy Systems; Manufacturing; Microelectromechanical Systems; Mechanics of Materials; and Tribology. The areas in nuclear and radiological engineering are Fission, Fusion, Medical Physics, and Radiological Engineering. Undergraduate Program: Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance (Annual) SAT & TOEFL $58,252 Application Deadlines: Notification Plan Deadline Notification Early Action October 1 November 19 Regular Decision January 15 March 18 Master’s Program: Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance (Annual) GRE & TOEFL $67,903 Application Deadlines: Spring October 1 With financial aid November 1 Without financial aid Fall February 1 With financial aid) June 1 Without financial aid) Masters in Computer Science: School of Computer Science is ranked #10 by US News & #7 in the world by the Academic Rankings of World Universities The Master of Science in Computer Science (MSCS) program is a terminal degree program designed to prepare students for more highly productive careers in industry. Graduates receive the MSCS for completing one of three options in the program as described in the program of study. The program is designed for students who possess a bachelor’s degree in computer science from an accredited institution. Students with a bachelor’s degree in other than computer science are encouraged to apply as well, with the understanding that they may be required to complete remedial course work in addition to the requirements of the MSCS degree. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance(Annual) GRE & TOEFL $67,903 Application Deadlines: Students are admitted to the master’s program only once a year. Fall February 1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private research university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It has five schools and one college, containing a total of 32 academic departments, with a strong emphasis on scientific and technological research. Many of MIT’s over 120,000 alumni and alumnae have had considerable success in scientific research, public service, education, and business. Seventy-six MIT alumni have won the Nobel Prize, forty-four have been selected as Rhodes Scholars, and fifty-five have been selected as Marshall Scholars. Notable alumni include Noble laureates like Eric Cornell, Robert Aumann, Lawrence Klein; founders/co-founders of major companies like Intel, McDonnell Douglas, Texas Instruments, 3Com, Qualcomm, Bose, Raytheon, Koch Industries, Rockwell International, Genentech, and Campbell Soup. Schools: School of Architecture and Planning School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences School of Science School of Engineering Sloan School of Management Whitaker College of Health Sciences and Technology BS/MS in Engineering Sciences: Ranked 1st in the world by US News and World Report for the Masters and 7th for the UG courses It offers four-years full time Bachelor’s and two-years full time Masters program in various disciplines of engineering which include Aeronautics and Astronautics, Biological engineering, Chemical engineering, Computational and Systems Biology, Civil and Environmental engineering; among the rest. Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics and Astronautics are the lead departments in the new flexible engineering degree program designed for the undergraduates. The School of Engineering’s many departments, divisions, labs, and research centers collectively generate more than $300 million in sponsored research every year—and they define the future of science and technology. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance SAT, GRE, TOEFL MS-USD 37,510, BS-USD 39,212 Application deadlines Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular action Masters Fall November 1 January 1 Depends on branch Masters in Biological Sciences: Ranked 2nd in the world by US News and World Report The Department of Biology has developed a unique graduate program based on a philosophy of training students broadly in modern biology. Their program is designed for students with widely diverse academic and research experiences. Graduate training programs within their program include the Chemistry/Biology Interface Training Program and The Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience (MCN) Track. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Deadline GRE, TOEFL USD69000 December 1 Masters in Business Administration: Ranked 3rd in the world by US News and World Report Sloan School of Management MIT Sloan’s two-year MBA Program is designed to educate principled, innovative leaders who improve the world. It is ranked #1 in more academic areas than any other program offered by school. While case studies and lectures have their place in the Sloan curriculum, there is an emphasis on action-based learning as being one of the best ways to learn important business management lessons. Though not a mandate for admission, but admitted students over the previous few years have demonstrated an average work experience of 4.9 years. Average salary drawn by Sloan graduates for year 2010 has been of the order USD 107,990. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Deadline GMAT, TOEFL USD 82,392 Available Application deadline: Intake Round 1 Round 2 Fall October 26 January 4 New York University One of the largest private university in US with more than 40,000 students, near about 450 student clubs and organizations on campus. First Global network university with a comprehensive liberal arts campus in Abu Dhabi, the first to be operated abroad by a major US research university. Rankings: 22nd among the top universities in the world – Global University ranking; 29th by American Ranking world universities (AWRU). Notable Alumni: NASDAQ CEO: Robert Greifeld, INSEAD Dean – Gabriel Hawawini, Author – Warren Farrell , among others. Academic Programs: College of Dentistry (includes College of Nursing) Gallatin School of Individualized Study Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Polytechnic Institute of NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies School of Law School of Medicine Silver School of Social Work Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences Graduate School of Arts and Science Institute of Fine Arts Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Stern School of Business Tisch School of the Arts Wagner Graduate School of Public Service The most famous programs are as follows: Masters of Business Administration: 9th rank by U.S. News & World Report. Stern School of Business: Two year full time program with specializations accounting, quantitative finance, operations, marketing, entrepreneurship & innovation, banking and many more. 2010 graduate students earned an average starting base salary of $1, 00,448 and average signing bonus of $29,239. Placement: by Industry/function: • Investment, Banking • Consulting • Financial Services • Consumer Products • Pharmaceuticals and many more. For 2010 intake: total class size: 392, average years of work experience: 4.7 years, average GMAT score: 715, average undergraduate GPA – 3.42. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GMAT or GRE and TOEFL US$ 80151 Application Deadline: Round Submission Deadline Decision Notification Date First November 15 February 15 Second January 15 April 01 Third March 15 June 01 Financial aid options: • Merit Based Scholarships • Tuition Fellowships • Graduate Assistantships Masters of Science in Computer Science: 28th rank by US News & World Report Graduate School of Arts and Science Two years full time program with research areas such as algorithms and theory, computer graphics, network, scientific, computing, cryptography, and many more. 5 student organizations , network of several workstations and individual research groups have their own hardware resources including Silicon Graphics workstations, Macintoshes, IBMs, DECs and HPs. No financial aid for Masters Students. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance GRE and TOEFL $56268 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall April 01 spring November 01 Other popular program • Medical • Law • Social Work North Western University Northwestern is recognized both nationally and internationally for the quality of its educational programs at all levels. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the University’s undergraduate programs among the best in the country. Among graduate programs, the Kellogg School of Management regularly ranks among the top five business schools in the country for both its traditional curriculum and its executive master’s program. U.S. News & World Report rankings placed Northwestern’s School of Law 11th, the Feinberg School of Medicine in the top 20. Northwestern has approximately 2,500 full-time faculty members. Faculty members include Tony Award winners, MacArthur Fellowship recipients and members of numerous honorary and professional societies, including the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, American Academy of Arts and Sciences and American Council of Learned Societies. Northwestern boasts a dozen schools, nine of which offer programs for undergraduate students. Northwestern also offers graduate and professional programs at 10 of its schools. Judd A. and Marjorie Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences School of Continuing Studies Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science Medill School of Journalism J.L. Kellogg School of Management Henry and Leigh Bienen School of Music School of Communication School of Education and Social Policy Graduate School School of Law Feinberg School of Medicine Master of Business Administration: Ranked #21 in the world by Financial Times in 2010 ,Kellogg School of Management is Northwestern University’s flagship program. The traditional 2 year Full-Time MBA Program is the most popular course at Kellogg. The curriculum has nine course across core subjects such as management and organizations, finance, accounting, marketing, management, strategy and decision sciences. There are around 80 odd student’s clubs to help encourage a sense of community and leadership. Eligibility Criteria Cost Of Attendance Financial Aid Option GMAT and TOEFL USD 78,495 Merit Based Scholarship Federal And Private Loan Application Deadline First Round Second Round Third Round October 14 November 15 April 07 MS Mechanical Engineering The MS program in Mechanical Engineering is designed to provide the student with advanced technical knowledge beyond what is offered in a Bachelor’s program, and offers some exposure to research at the cutting edge of today’s technology. The MS program has two options: the thesis option and the non-thesis option for terminal MS degree. The MS program requires at least three quarters of course work and the completion of a thesis or project on a research topic. Students typically complete the MS program in 12-18 months. Eligibility Criteria Cost Of Attendance Financial Aid Option GRE & TOEFL Approx USD 60,000 Merit Based Scholarship Federal And Private Loan Application Deadline Rolling Deadline until April 30 MS Biomedical Engineering Students in the program study engineering, life sciences, and mathematics while participating in revolutionary research. Graduates proceed to positions throughout the biomedical industry and academia Eligibility Criteria Cost Of Attendance Financial Aid Option GRE & TOEFL Approx USD $65000 Merit Based Scholarship Federal And Private Loan Application Deadline May 31 Princeton University Princeton is a private research, Ivy League university. As a world-renowned research university, Princeton seeks to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the discovery and transmission of knowledge and understanding. By design Princeton emphasizes comparatively short and intensive programs of doctoral study, and the number of graduate students who can be enrolled is limited by the educational and financial provisions of the Graduate School. Few Masters programs are also offered. Research in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton aims to develop fundamental knowledge and to solve global problems. Rankings: ARWU 2010 : 7th ( world ranking), 5th ( regional and national ranking) Notable Alumni: First Lady: Michelle Obama, 3rd Chief Justice of the United States – Oliver Ellsworth. Academic Programs: Humanities Natural Sciences Social Sciences Engineering The most famous programs are as follows: Master of Science in Engineering in Computer Science – ranked 4th by ARWU, 8th by US NEWS. Two year full time program provided by Department of Computer Science. Major research areas include Computer and Networks Systems, Graphics, vision and sound, Programming Language and Security, Theory, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance ( Annual ) GRE General and TOEFL required, GRE subject test recommended. US$ 62526 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 15 Financial Aid Options Teaching Assistantships Doctoral of Philosophy in Mathematics – ranked 1 by ARWU, 2nd by US NEWS. Department does not offer Masters degree, admits students for PhD program for Fall admission only. The department has 61 regular faculty members plus 13 visitors and research staff members. It is a four year program (fifth year must be approved). Eligibility Criteria GRE ( General & subject ) , TOEFL Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 15 Financial Aid Options All first-year students receive full tuition, health plan coverage, and a first-year fellowship in science and engineering. Doctor of Philosophy in Economics – ranked 7th by ARWU, 1st by USNEWS Five year full time program. The Department does not offer a Masters degree and students are not permitted to work outside of the university while enrolled. The graduate program in economics at Princeton is one of the premier economics programs in the world. Admission to the program is extremely selective. Each year, the department receives approximately 700 applications for a class of 20 to 25 students. Students come from diverse backgrounds and over 30 different countries around the globe. Eligibility Criteria GRE and TOEFL Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 15 Financial aid Options: All students who are offered admission to the Ph.D. program are offered support from the Graduate School. They provide tuition and a yearly stipend for living expenses for all five years of regular enrollment. Each year the department and faculty assist students who are on the job market. Recruiters from The Federal Reserve and International Monetary Fund visit campus to interview students. Students are required to attend the ASSA meeting each year in January while on the job market. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics – ranked 4th by ARWU, 5th by US NEWS. Department maintains an active research with equal emphasis on theoretical and experimental studies. Five year full time program. The ratio of faculty to graduate students is about one to two. Students participate in research, colloquia, and weekly seminars within the department. Collaboration with the departments of astrophysical sciences, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and molecular biology and Institute of Advanced Study, PRISM. Eligibility Criteria GRE ( General & Subject Text) , TOEFL Application Deadline Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 15 Financial Aid Options: First-year students are supported by university fellowships. In the following years, most students are supported either as assistants in research or as assistants in instruction, while a few are recipients of NSF or other fellowships. Stanford University Stanford University is situated on an 8,180-acre (3,310 ha) campus located near Palo Alto, California approximately 60km from San Francisco. It is a private research university with emphasis on scientific, technological and social science research. More that 40% of Stanford’s student population is international. Stanford is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world, both for undergraduate teaching and graduate level research. Notable Alumni : Co-founder of Sun Microsystems Vinod Khosla , Founder of Hewlett Packard – Bill Hewlett and David Packard , Founder of Yahoo – Jerry Yang and David Filo , Chairman of Wipro – Aziz Premji , Father of Internet – Vinton Gray Cerf Academic Programs: Business Education Humanities & Sciences Medicine Earth Sciences Engineering Law The most popular programs are as follows: Masters of Business Administration – ranked 1st by US News and World Report Graduate School of Business Two years full time program, with small group connections, global experience, diverse teaching methods, highly selective admission, about 390 students per class, world class faculty. Nearly 100 electives are offered each year, like entrepreneurship, leadership, public management. Teaching methods include case studies, discussions, face to face feedback, learning labs, problem solving skills, team projects, role plays. Placements by Industry/Function: • Consulting • Marketing • Consumer Products • Finance • General Managemen • Operations • Technology • Healthcare • Entertainment • Real Estate etc For 2010 admission intake: average years of work experience – 4 years, average GMAT – 730, average TOEFL – 113. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GMAT or GRE and TOEFL USD 83406 Application Deadlines: Round Submission Deadline Decision Notification Date First October 06 December 15th Second January 06 March 30th Third April 07 June 2nd Financial Aid Options • Fellowships • Scholarships Masters of Science in Computer Science – ranked no. 1 by US News and World Report Two years full time program with several specializations and research areas, such as artificial intelligence, software theory, systems, real world computing, database systems, human computer interaction, security and many more, Eligibility Criteria: Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GRE and TOEFL USD 45164 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 07 Financial Aid Options: Department does not offer financial aid to MS students. Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering : ranked 2nd by US News and World Report Program offering various research opportunities with lab facilities for computer systems, space, telecommunications and radio science, integrated circuits, and many more, Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GRE AND TOEFL USD 45164 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 15 Financial aid Options: • Fellowships • Assistantships Texas A&M University, College Station Opened in 1876 as Texas’ first public institution of higher learning, Texas A&M University is a research-intensive flagship university with 38,000-plus undergraduates and more than 9,000 graduate students studying in over 250 degree programs in 10 colleges. Texas A&M consistently ranks among the country’s top universities in attracting National Merit Scholars. The university is home to one of the largest chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and largest academic honor society. Texas A&M also ranks at the top statewide in student retention and graduation, making it the university of choice for students from all walks of life. Our distinguished faculty include winners of the Nobel Prize, Wolf Prize and National Medal of Science, as well as more than 2,800 other award-winning teachers and researchers in 10 colleges, are in the classroom and laboratory every day preparing the next generation of leaders and pursuing life-changing research discoveries. The student-faculty ratio at Texas A&M International University is 20:1, and the school has 32.5 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. The most popular majors at Texas A&M International University include: Accounting; Business administration and management; Criminal justice/police science; Management information systems; and Multi/interdisciplinary studies Colleges & Schools: College of Agriculture & Life Sciences Bush School of Government & Public Service College of Education & Human Development College of Geosciences College of Science College of Architecture Mays Business School Dwight Look College of Engineering College of Liberal Arts College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Mayo Business School: MS in Management Information System In today’s high-tech and globally-competitive world, information systems management plays an important role in business success. In an article titled “America’s Best Jobs in the Hottest Markets,” Business 2.0 magazine identifies information management jobs such as software developer, information technology manager, and business process analyst as the highest demand and best paying jobs in America’s most exciting cities including Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and Orlando. The job opportunities are anticipated to continue to grow in the future as well. The Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MS/MIS) degree program prepares students to enter this exciting and dynamic career field. The MS/MIS degree program provides students with a solid technical information systems foundation and appropriate business skills that enable graduates to immediately contribute to solving business problems. Texas A&M University graduates are highly valued and respected in the workforce and are sought by first class employers. The MS/MIS program is equally beneficial for students with an information systems background as well as those wishing to leverage and enhance their undergraduate degree from another field. The MS/MIS degree is an ideal complement for any undergraduate student with a degree in business, engineering, science, math, or other analytically-oriented majors. The MS/MIS degree is an 18-month, 36 credit hour, non-thesis program Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GRE/GMAT, TOEFL, GMAT is preferred US$ 27,275 Application Deadlines: Applications for the MS/MIS program are accepted for fall admission only Fall February 15 Dwight Look College of Engineering: Masters in Petroleum Engineering The MS-seeking student is expected to demonstrate proficiency in research in a particular area of petroleum engineering. The student’s degree plan, determined by the student and the advisory committee, consists only of courses in engineering and science that enhance research performance. The Petroleum Engineering faculty believes that each graduate of our program should demonstrate mastery in all of the following petroleum engineering areas: • Drilling • Production • Reservoir • Formation evaluation* • Economics Eligibility Criteria: Cost of Attendance(Annual) GRE & TOEFL $27,275 Application Deadlines: Students are admitted to the master’s program only once a year. Fall March 1 University of California Berkeley The University of California, Berkeley is a public research university located in Berkeley, in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is the oldest of the ten major campuses affiliated with the University of California (UC). Berkeley offers around 300 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of disciplines, and the university has the highest number of graduate programs ranked in the top 10 in their fields by the United States National Research Council. UC Berkeley has more than 1,500 fulltime and 500 part-time faculty members dispersed among more than 130 academic departments and more than 80 interdisciplinary research units. Notable Alumni: Cofounder of Apple – Steve Wozniak , CEO of Google – Eric Schmidt, , Cofounder of Sun Microsystems – Bill Joy , CEO of Adobe – Shantanu Narayen Academic Programs UC Berkeley’s academic enterprise is organized by colleges and schools, most of which are subdivided into departments. Its 14 colleges and schools are: College of Letters & Science College of Chemistry College of Engineering School of Information School of Law School of Optometry Richard & Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy Haas School of Business Graduate School of Education College of Environmental Design Graduate School of Journalism College of Natural Resources School of Public Health School of Social Welfare The most famous programs are given below: Masters of Business Administration – ranked 7th by US News & World Report Haas School of Business 21 months program, 12 required core courses, elective courses – 60% of the Berkeley MBA curriculum – finance, marketing, strategy/consulting, entrepreneurship, global management, and many more. A global focus with competitions, conferences, clubs, global careers and international internships, etc 2010 graduate students earned an average starting salary of $107451 and average signing bonus of $22140. Placement by industry/function- • Technology • Consulting • Financial Services • Energy • Marketing • General Management • Business Development • Operations. For 2010 intake: average undergraduate GPA 3.63, average GMAT – 718 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GMAT and TOEFL USD 72373 Application Deadlines: Applications for the MS/MIS program are accepted for fall admission only Round Submission Deadline Mid-Decision Date Decision Notification Date First October 13 November 10 December 15 Second January 5 February 16 March 16 Third April 13 April 27 May 18 Financial Aid Options: Scholarships Masters of Science in Computer Science – ranked 1 by US News and World Report Two years program provided by college of engineering, appropriate for research oriented students who may have particular reasons not to continue on to the PhD immediately after Masters Degree. Recent Employers : Microsoft, Google, Qualcomm, Ebay, Adobe, NetApp, Facebook, Amazon, intel, and many more. Eligibility Criteria: Cost of Attendance(Annual) GRE & TOEFL USD 49526 Application Deadlines: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 16 Financial Aid Options: • Assistantships • Fellowships Doctor of Philosophy- Molecular and Cell Biology College of Letters and Science Department does not offer Masters degree, admit student for PhD program for Fall quarter only. Duration of the program is 5.5 to 6 years. Curriculum includes lab rotations and presentations, coursework, teaching, Oral/Qualifying exam, Research, dissertation and beyond. Eligibility Criteria GRE General Test & Subject Test and TOEFL Application deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 1 University of Chicago University of Chicago is a private research university Located in the community of Hyde Park on Chicago’s South Side, just 15 minutes from the city centre, it is, uniquely positioned to contribute to, and draw from, the strength and diversity of this world-class metropolis. Eighty-five recipients of the Nobel Prize have been students, researchers, or faculty at the University of Chicago. Their impact on American higher education is legendary. Since 1979, 13 of Chicago’s faculty have been honoured with the prize—four in physics, eight in economics, and one in literature. It was University of Chicago that developed the four-quarter system. Additionally, the extension courses in the liberal arts were first conceived here along with the first Executive MBA Program. It was at Chicago that REM sleep was discovered and carbon 14 dating was developed. Their scientists laid the mathematical foundations of genetic evolution; executed the first controlled, self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction; conceived the study of black holes; and performed the nation’s first living-donor liver transplant. Academic Programs Biological Sciences Division The College (undergraduate studies) Graham School of General Studies Humanities Division Physical Sciences Division School of Social Service Administration Chicago Booth School of Business Divinity School Harris School of Public Policy Studies Law School Pritzker School of Medicine Social Sciences Division The most popular program is their Full-Time MBA. Master of Business Administration: Ranked #5 by US News & # 12 by Financial Times in 2011 The Booth MBA is a 21 months full-time program. With only one required course, the Chicago Booth MBA is one of the most flexible business programs in the world. The program has a strong emphasis on quantitative ability as well as Leadership. The Admissions Committee considers a candidate’s potential for success both while in school and beyond. Three broad themes are used to evaluate an applicant. • Curriculum • Community • Career For 2010 intake, the average work experience was 5 years, average GMAT 714 and the average age was 28 yrs. Majority of the applicants came from Consulting and Finance. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GMAT, TOEFL US$ 82,595 Application Deadlines: Round Submission Deadline Mid-Decision Date Decision Notification Date First October 13 November 10 December 15 Second January 5 February 16 March 16 Third April 13 April 27 May 18 Master in Biological Sciences: Ranked #12 by US News Graduate programs in the Biological Sciences Divisions (BSD) are organized in 4 broader umbrella groups called clusters: Biomedical Sciences, Darwinian Sciences, Molecular Biosciences and Neuroscience. The programs within a cluster have overlapping course work and share additional training activities. A few graduate programs offer unique experimental approaches to a question and stand alone. Eligibility Criteria: Cost of Attendance(Annual) GRE, TOEFL US$ 48945 Application Deadlines: Intake Deadline Fall Deadline December 1 University of Pennsylvania The University of Pennsylvania (commonly referred to as Penn or UPenn) is one of the eight members of the Ivy League, is a private research university. It is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States. The university was founded by the infamous Benjamin Franklin. Penn is also home to many firsts, including the first student union (the Houston Club, 1896), the first collegiate business school (Wharton, 1881), and the first general-purpose large-scale digital computer (ENIAC, 1946). Notable alumni include famous entrepreneur Warren Buffett, author Richard A. Clarke, Nobel laureates Ernest Rutherford, Marie Curie; to name a few. Schools: Undergraduate Academic Program Search Summer Programs Distance Learning Graduate and Professional Programs for Working Professionals Continuing Education/Lifelong Learning Undergraduate programs: Ranked 5th by the US News and World Report UPenn offers full-time undergraduate study in four of its 12 schools and interdisciplinary programs that allow students to draw on the resources of the entire University. From honor societies to travel grants, Penn offers a range of research opportunities and scholarships for its students. Various science departments contribute to PennScience: Journal of Undergraduate Research. Penn has a strong focus on interdisciplinary learning and research. It offers joint-degree programs, unique majors, and academic flexibility. Application deadline Intake Early decision Regular decision Fall November 1 January 1 Eligibility Requirement Cost of Attendance SAT, TOEFL USD 57,360 Masters in Business Administration: Ranked 5th by the US News and World Report Wharton Business school The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania was the U.S.’s first business school and now has the largest alumni network in the country. The school has campuses in Philadelphia and San Francisco. Wharton offers an accelerated M.B.A./J.D. degree in three years in conjunction with the Penn Law School; an M.B.A./M.A. degree in areas like Management and International Studies, Social Change, and Environmental Studies; and joint degree programs through the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. There are close to 90,000 alumni worldwide, and some of the most notable graduates are John Sculley, former CEO of Apple Inc.; Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn; and J.D. Power III, founder of J.D. Power and Associates, a global marketing information firm. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance Financial aid options GMAT/GRE, TOEFL USD 84,000 Available Application deadline Intake Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Fall October 4 January 4 March 3 University of Texas at Austin UT Austin, as it is commonly referred to, is a world class public research university with more than 51,000 students and about 4, 50,000 alumni. It is Ranked #38 by American Ranking of World Universities, US News & World Report has ranked it #45 and #19 among the public universities in 2010. Research at UT Austin is largely focused on the engineering and physical sciences, and their research in Computer Science field is world class. The university has more than 1000 student organizations. Notable Alumni: Dell founder, CEO – Michael Dell, Inventor of sport drink Gatorade – Robert Cade , CEO of Southwest Airlines – Gary C. Kelly , among others. University of texas, Austin has 17 colleges and schools where you can explore academic disciplines from architecture to social work. Cockrell School of Engineering College of Education College of Liberal Arts College of Pharmacy Graduate School Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs School of Architecture School of Law School of Social Work College of Communication College of Fine Arts College of Natural Sciences Continuing and Innovative Education Jackson School of Geosciences McCombs School of Business School of Information School of Nursing School of Undergraduate Studies The most famous programs are as follows: Masters in Computer Science – Ranked #8 by US News & World Report. Two year full time program with research areas algorithms, theory of computation, programming languages, computer architecture, operating systems, database systems, artificial intelligence, numerical analysis, and many more. Eligibility Criteria: Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GRE and TOEFL $33480 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall December 01 Spring August 17 Financial Aid Options: Assistantships Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering – Ranked #9 by US News Cockrell School of Engineering Two years full time program with 11 academic tracks (areas of research interest) – communications, computer architecture and embedded processors, electromagnetic & acoustics, energy systems, software engineering, integrated systems and circuits and few more. 18 research centers and 20 labs. Companies that recruited ECE students at UT-Austin in the past 5 years: Accenture, JP Morgan, Apple Inc., Baker Hughes, Microsoft Corporation, SanDisk, Dell Computer Corporation, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Goodyear, General Electric Company, General Motors, and many more. Eligibility Criteria Cost of Attendance GRE and TOEFL $33480 Application Deadline: Intake Deadline Fall ( only ) December 15 Financial Aid Options: • Assistantships • Fellowships • Scholarships Masters of Business Administration – ranked 16th by US News and World Report McCombs School of Business Two year full time program with 11 required courses and 19 academic concentrations like accounting, marketing, finance, etc2010 graduate students (international) earned an average base salary of $84026 and average signing bonus of $17529. Placements by Industry/function – • Finance & Accounting, • Marketing • Management • Real Estate • Consumer Products • Telecommunications, and many more. For 2010 intake : class size – 261, average years of work experience – 5 years, average GMAT – 684, average GPA -3.43 , international student – 25% . Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance ( Annual ) GMAT and TOEFL $63572 Application Deadline: Round Submission Deadline First November 01 Second January 14 Third April 01 Financial Aid options: Scholarships BOSTON UNIVERSITY Boston University is a private urban research university, established in 1869, offering a breadth of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through its 17 Schools and Colleges and more than 250 fields of study. Full-Time Program Moves Up to 56th in U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 Ranking of Best Graduate Schools. Schools: College of Arts & Sciences Graduate School of Arts & Sciences College of Communication College of Engineering College of Fine Arts College of General Studies School of Law School of Management School of Medicine Boston University Academy School of Management:- Full-Time Program Moves Up to 34th in U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 Ranking of Best Graduate Schools. Since its founding in 1913, the School of Management (SMG) has been a leader in innovative management education. Today more than 2,000 undergraduates and 1,200 MBA and DBA candidates constitute its active, achievement-driven student body. This School has built a reputation on fusing the art, science, and technology of business. Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFL,GMAT,IELTS AUGUST $59244 College of Engineering: – Full-Time Program Moves Up to 39th in U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 Ranking of Best Graduate Schools. Provide a rigorous education to prepare students to become highly qualified engineers and the technology leaders of tomorrow and to expand and advance the frontiers of science and technology through research, discovery, and innovation.BU ALUMNI: – http://www.bu.edu/eng/alumni/ Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFL-84,IELTS-6.5 FALL-DEC’15 SPRING-OCTOBER’1 $57,456 School of Law: – Full-Time Program Moves Up to 22th in U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 Ranking of Best Graduate Schools. Today, BU Law is a dynamic community of students, faculty, staff and alumni united in the pursuit of excellence. You will find a spirit of collaboration here and the opportunity to learn in a challenging and collegial atmosphere. Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFLS-100,IELTS Depends on course BROWN UNIVERSITY Founded in 1764, Brown is the third oldest institution of higher education in New England and seventh oldest. In the United States, U.S. News & World Report ranked Brown 15th among national universities, tied with Cornell, in its 2011 edition (published in August 2010). The mission of Brown University is to serve the community, the nation, and the world by discovering, communicating, and preserving knowledge and understanding in a spirit of free inquiry, and by educating and preparing students to discharge the offices of life with usefulness and reputation. They do this through a partnership of students and teachers in a unified community known as a University-college Schools: • GRADUATE SCHOOL • ALPERT MEDICAL SCHOOL • SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Master’s in Engineering Sciences Graduate programs that ranked the top 20 in the 2010 US News and World Report graduate school rankings included engineering at 20thplace. It focuses on unique and innovative clustering of faculty. Brown’s Graduate School attracts students from all over the world, providing rich opportunities to learn and collaborate in our increasingly global community. About a third of Brown’s graduate students come from outside the United States. Innovation in science and technology has been the dominant source of growth in the U.S. economy for decades, transforming scientific know-how into new products and processes with tremendous societal impact. Some alumni’s of the college are:- http://www.brown.edu/academics/engineering/. The Biomedical Engineering, Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Engineering program (CBE), Electrical Sciences, Computer Engineering are the main streams, Brown university offer for engineering course. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance GRE,SUB GRE,IELTS-7,TOEFLS-90 $64,812 Application deadlines Intake Undergraduate Deadline Masters Fall May 1 Depends on branch Program in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Engineering (PRIME): One of the topmost in the world The Program merges engineering science and design with innovation and entrepreneurship. Students experience the process of creating value for technology, learning how to develop embryonic ideas, and how to bring them to the marketplace. The degree awarded is Master of Science in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship Engineering. Duration: 1yr Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Deadlines GRE and TOEFL USD 66,577 February 1 OTHER PROGRAMS Masters in Public Health Doctoral Program in History of Art and Architecture HARVARD UNIVERSITY Harvard University is a private Ivy League university located in, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, established in 1636. Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. It has 44 current and former faculty members who’ve received Nobel Laureates. Eight U.S. Presidents have graduated from Harvard and 75 Nobel Laureates have been affiliated with the university as students, faculty, or staff. Harvard is also the alma mater of sixty-two living billionaires, the most in the country. Harvard Law School has produced a large number of luminaries in law and politics, including the current President of The United States of America, Barack Obama, Harvard School of Public Health produced Gro Harlem Brundtland, MPH ’65, and Prime Minister of Norway (1981, 1986-89, 1990-96) who was Director-General of the World Health Organization from 1998–2003. Since 1962, six directors of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been Harvard School of Public Health graduates. Rank: #2 in World (QS Ranking) Schools: • Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences • Harvard Business School • Harvard Graduate School of Design– Joint Centre for Housing Studies • Harvard Divinity School • Harvard Graduate School of Education • Harvard Kennedy School– Institute of Politics • Harvard Law School • Harvard Medical School– Harvard School of Dental Medicine • Harvard School of Public Health • Radcliffe Institute for Higher Study MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Ranked #2 in the World by US NEWS. MBA at Harvard Business School is an intensive, two-year residential program leading to an MBA degree. The case method provides students with the transcendent skills, insights, and self-confidence required to meet the interdisciplinary demands of real business situations. A truly diverse student body, working on case studies which replicate actual business situations and twenty-five percent of cases produced by faculty each year dealing explicitly with international business issues, is the foundation of the HBS experience. There is no minimum work experience requirement for the MBA Program. It is important for the candidate to assess their own readiness when deciding when to apply. Average Base Salary drawn by HBS graduates is USD $114,896. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT, TOEFL/IELTS USD $84,000 Available Application deadlines: Intake Round 1 Round 2 ROUND 3 Fall October 1 January 11 March 31 LAW – Ranked #2 in the world by US News A Harvard Law education prepares students for success in law practice, business, public service, teaching, and more. Harvard Law School offers an energetic and creative learning environment due to a student body that comes from every state in the U.S. and more than 70 countries around the world. Most HLS students are pursuing a J.D. (Juris Doctor) degree, while many others are earning an LL.M. (Master of Laws) or the S.J.D. (Doctor of Juridical Science) current Supreme Court justices studied at HLS. HLS students published 73 law review/journal articles in the last 3 years. 80% of current J.D. students are receiving financial aid. 80+ HLS students are serving as teaching assistants throughout Harvard University. An HLS graduate draws a median private sector starting salary of USD$160,000 and a median public service starting salary of USD$56,000. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options TOEFL USD $62,422 Available Application deadlines: Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular action Masters Fall December 1 PUBLIC HEALTH – Ranked #3 in the World by US News. The field of public health is inherently multi-disciplinary. So, too, are the interests and expertise of Harvard School of Public Health’s faculty and students, which extend across the biological, quantitative, and social sciences due to which they are able to confront diseases like AIDS, cancer, and heart disease. From advancing scientific discovery to educating national and international leaders, the Harvard School of Public Health has been at the forefront of efforts to benefit the health of populations worldwide. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GRE, TOEFL USD $40,769 Available Application deadlines: Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular action Masters Fall December 15 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY The Ohio State University commonly referred to as Ohio State or OSU, is a public research university located in Columbus, Ohio. It was originally founded in 1870 and is currently the third largest university campus in the United States. Ohio State is currently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the best public university in Ohio, among the top 130 universities in the world,[among the top 60 universities in the United States, The Ohio State University is a sprawling school with seemingly endless opportunities for students to get involved. There are more than 900 clubs and organizations on campus, including about 65 fraternities and sororities. Sports are another big part of campus life, with the Ohio State Buckeyes competing in the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference. Ohio State University has produced notable Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners such as Paul Flory, 1974 Nobel laureate in Chemistry (Ph.D. 1934), Leon Cooper, 1972 Nobel Prize in Physics, William A. Fowler, 1983 Nobel laureate in Physics (B.S. 1933), Kenneth G. Wilson, 1982 Nobel laureate in Physics and Pulitzer Prize winners Paul H. Buck, History 1938, Mary Oliver, Poetry 1984, Walt Bogdanich, Specialized Reporting 1988. Rank: #125in World (QS Ranking) Schools: • College of Arts and Sciences • Max M. Fisher College of Business • College of Dentistry • College of Education and Human Ecology • College of Engineering • College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences • College of Medicine • Michael E. Moritz College of Law • College of Nursing • College of Optometry • College of Pharmacy • College of Public Health • College of Social Work • College of Veterinary Medicine • Graduate School MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION– Ranked #25 by US News Fisher College of Business The Max M. Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University—Columbus stresses the importance of personal attention. The university fosters a small, flexible program within a large research institution. Each student in the M.B.A. program follows the Fisher Triad, which guides students through academics, career tracks, and leadership and professional development. There are roughly 25 student clubs and organizations offered within the Fisher College of Business, including the International Business Club and the Finance Club. At Fisher College of Business, you have access to fully integrated, state-of-the-art business campus, the latest technology and all of the resources available at The Ohio State University. You’ll learn from the best – great people, outstanding facilities and an emphasis on innovation and teamwork. Average base salary drawn by an Ohio State University MBA graduate – $85,197 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT/TOEFL/IELTS USD$43,025 AVAILABLE Application deadlines Intake Early Action Regular Action Fall October 29th December 15th ENGINEERING – Ranked #29 by US News Beginning students are enrolled as pre-majors in the College of Engineering and carry courses appropriate to the engineering specialty they have selected. Ohio States College of Engineering offers 13 undergraduate and 17 graduate engineering programs through 11 engineering departments, as well as two undergraduate and three graduate degrees from the Knowlton School of Architecture. The quality of Ohio State’s engineering educational experience continues to be among the very best in the country students begin with the Fundamentals of Engineering course sequence, designed to provide a broad understanding of the principles of engineering and to teach freshmen engineering student’s basic engineering skills. The College has dedicated faculty, funding and facilities to this initiative to ensure its success. Duration: 1yr Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GRE/SAT/ACT/TOEFL/IELTS USD$33,768 (UG) USD$42,726 (PG) AVAILABLE Application deadlines Intake Early Action Regular Action Fall February 1 PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY Penn State is a research university of great accomplishment, by any measure nationally and globally, with a faculty of great distinction that contributes enormously to the body of knowledge and creativity for social and economic betterment. Penn State exists fundamentally to educate and serve students but what makes them different is their quest for the discovery of knowledge and creativity. Penn State University Park is ranked among the top 15 public universities nationally and is a “Public Ivy” college. Penn State has produced famous people like Nobel Prize winner Paul Berg ’48 in chemistry (1980), Peabody Award winner Carol Abrams, Olympic gold medal winner Horace Ashenfelter III, Kelly Ayotte – U.S. Senator for New Hampshire (elected 2010), Paul D. Bell ’82 – President, Public, Dell Inc, , Roscoe O. Brady Jr. ’43 – One of world’s foremost neuroscientists, Tom Clarke ’80g – Former president and CEO of Nike, Inc., Lou D’Ambrosio ’86 – CEO and president, Sears, Charlie Dent ’82 – Republican Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives (Pennsylvania), Kurt Landgraf ’70 – President and CEO, Educational Testing Service (ETS). Rank: #98in World (QS Ranking) Schools: • College of Agricultural Sciences • College of Arts and Architecture • Smeal College of Business • College of Communications • College of Earth and Mineral Sciences • College of Education • College of Engineering • College of Health and Human Development • College of Information Sciences and Technology • School of International Affairs • School of Law • College of the Liberal Arts • College of Medicine • School of Nursing • Eberly College of Science • Graduate School • Schreyer Honors College MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Ranked #40 by US News. Smeal College of Business The internationally ranked MBA Program at Penn State’s Smeal College of Business is designed to provide the connections, resources, learning, and experiences to transform both a business life and the business world. Penn State is one of the most recognized names in higher education. Penn State offers a Focused Curriculum on Principled Leadership, Functional Expertise, Total Business, and Global Perspective, Esteemed Faculty who rank among the top twenty in the world for academic excellence, Career Growth via positioning yourself for the future through personalized career development programs a Collaborative Environment that allows work sessions with fellow students drawn from around the world, who are a key part of the community and the culture at Smeal. Average base salary drawn by a Pennsylvania State MBA graduate – $86,926 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT, TOEFL USD$57,036 AVAILABLE Application deadlines Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular Action Masters Fall December 1 February 1 ENGINEERING – Ranked #25 by US News Since 1896, Penn State has been a leader in engineering education, research, and service to the profession and the world community, with a goal to create the very finest educational, research, and outreach programs. The College of Engineering is committed to fostering diversity, to nurture an environment of learning and working that respects differences in culture, age, gender, race, ethnicity, physical ability and religious affiliation. Penn State’s engineering program is one of the most comprehensive in the country, emphasizing technical expertise combined with leadership, teamwork, and communication skills aimed at world-class engineers who are aware of the world, solidly grounded in fundamentals, technically broad in thinking, effective in teams, innovative and become successful as leaders. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GRE/SAT/TOEFL/IELTS (UG) USD$50,300 (UG) USD$45,500 (PG) AVAILABLE Application deadlines Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular Action Masters Fall February 1 RICE UNIVERSITY It is a private research university located in Houston, Texas, United States. The university is located near the Houston Museum District and adjacent to the Texas Medical Center. Rice competes in 14 NCAA Division I varsity sports and is a part of Conference USA, often competing with its cross-town rival the University of Houston. Intramural and club sports are offered in a wide variety of activities such as Jiu Jitsu, water polo, and crew. Rice is noted for its pioneer applied science programs in the fields of nanotechnology, artificial heart research, structural chemical analysis, and space science. In 2011 Rice was ranked 17th among national universities by U.S. News and World Report (tied with Vanderbilt University and directly following Cornell University at 16th). Famous alumni include Lance Berkman, Noble laureates Hermann Joseph Muller, Richard Smalley, pioneer of Biochemical Engineering Jay Bailey, writer Jay Bailey, to name a few. Schools: • Architecture • Engineering • Humanities • Music • Natural Sciences • Social Sciences • Jones School of Business Jones School of Business: Full-Time Program Ranked 34th in U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 Ranking of Best Graduate Schools. The Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business is committed to our mission of developing principled, innovative thought leaders in global communities. The Rice MBA shapes the next generation of action-oriented, innovative thought leaders, who will motivate peers and implement change. Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFL,GMAT JUNE’6 $44000 George R. Brown School of Engineering: Full-Time Ranked 20th in U.S. News Media Group’s 2012 Ranking of Best Graduate Schools. It offers world-class faculty and unparalleled research opportunities. Eight departments offer in-depth exploration and analysis across a wide scope of engineering, computer science and mathematics curriculum. Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance SAT FALL-March 15, 2011 SPRING-October 15, 2011 $49357 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA Located in the heart of Tucson, the University of Arizona is one of the top-ranked research universities in the nation. University of Arizona’s ranking in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 120. The University of Arizona offers 334 fields of study leading to bachelors, masters, doctoral, and professional degrees. Academic departments and programs are organized into colleges and schools. Schools: • College of Engineering • College of Medicine • College of Optical Sciences • College of Pharmacy • College of Science • College of Social and Behavioral Sciences • Colleges of Letters, Arts and Science • Eller College of Management • Graduate College • Honors College • James E. Rogers College of Law • Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health • Outreach College • College of Agriculture & Life Sciences • College of Architecture & Landscape Architecture • College of Education Ecology and Evolutionary Biology: ranked 7th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities in pharmacy by U.S news, 2010 The scientific environment of the University is rich and varied, with a wide range of biologically-oriented departments on the main campus, in the Arizona Health Sciences Center (College of Medicine), and in the College of Agriculture EEB was the first department of its kind in the world and is increasingly being used as a model for the organization of biology in the world’s leading universities. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Deadline GRE, TOEFL $22,254 December 1 College of Pharmacy: – ranked 9th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities in pharmacy by U.S news, 2010 The College of Pharmacy at the University of Arizona is a great place to study if you want to be a pharmacist or pharmaceutical scientist. The college also offers master’s and PhD degrees in the pharmaceutical sciences and in pharmacology and toxicology, preparing scientists in drug discovery and development, pharmacoeconomics, environmental toxicology and other disciplines. Pharmacy students complete clinical learning experiences throughout the State of Arizona, with approximately 40 students doing rotations in the greater Phoenix area. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance PCAT $22,254 Application deadlines Intake Deadlines Fall December’1 SPRING Eller College of Management: – ranked 3rd by the Academic Ranking of World Universities in MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM by U.S news, 2010 The Eller College of Management, one of the largest colleges at the University of Arizona with the University’s most sought-after degrees, continues to build on a tradition of excellence begun in 1913. Internationally recognized for pioneering research, innovative curriculum, distinguished faculty, excellence in entrepreneurship, and social responsibility. Since pioneering one of the nation’s first Management Information Systems (MIS) curriculums three decades ago, the Eller College of Management MIS Department at The University of Arizona has become a leader in IT education and research. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance TOEFL $24,596 Application deadlines Intake Deadlines Fall MAY1 SPRING OCT1 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA University of Florida’s ranking in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 53.UF is among the nation’s most academically diverse public universities. UF has a long history of established programs in international education, research and service. It is one of only 17 public, land-grant universities that belongs to the Association of American Universities. Notable alumni include ten U.S. Senators, eleven state governors, actress Faye Dunaway, author Michael Connelly, Nobel Prize winners Marshall Nirenberg and Robert Grubbs; to name a few. Schools: • Agricultural and Life Sciences • Business Administration • Dentistry • Design, Construction and Planning • Education • Engineering • Fine Arts • Health and Human Performance • Journalism and Communications • Law • Liberal Arts and Sciences • Medicine • Nursing • Pharmacy • Public Health and Health Professions • Veterinary Medicine Warrington College of Business Administration: – According to U.S. News & World Report, its rank is 47th Our programs are designed to give Florida students the tools for success, whether they are seeking their first job, facilitating a career change by earning a graduate degree, or researching ways to improve practice as an academic in business. Alumni & Friends: – http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/alumni/ Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFL,GMAT JAN’15 $34027 College of Pharmacy:- According to U.S. News & World Report, its rank is 9th. The college has five research departments, highly successful in attracting extramural research support, that are an integral part of the University of Florida Health Science Center. We hope to inspire alumni and friends to invest in the future of pharmacy education by supporting our most valuable assets – our faculty and our students. http://www.cop.ufl.edu/alumni-friends/# PHARMA D Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFL-80,PCAT FEB’1 $20257.86 College of Engineering: – According to U.S. News & World Report, its rank is 11TH. Graduate admissions into Gator Engineering programs are intensely competitive. Making meaningful contributions to technical engineering problem solving as both an individual contributor and in team situations is the focus of the programs. U-GRADUATION Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance SAT NOVEMBER’1 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS The University of Illinois At Urbana – Champaign is a public research-intensive university in the state of Illinois, United States. It is the oldest, largest, and most prestigious campus in the University of Illinois system. The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is the second oldest public university in the state, second to Illinois State University. It is considered a Public Ivy. As of 2007, 21 alumni and faculty members are Nobel laureates and 20 have won a Pulitzer Prize. In particular, John Bardeen is the only person to have won two Nobel prizes in physics, having done so in 1956 and 1972 while on faculty at the University of Illinois. In 2003, Paul C. Lauterbur received the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine and Anthony Leggett for physics. Most recently, in 2007, Don Wuebbles, Atul Jain, John Walsh and Michael Schlesinger, professors in the Department of Atmospheric Science, were awarded a share of the Nobel Peace Prize for their contributions and collaboration with the IPCC. Rank: #63in World (QS Ranking) Schools: • College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences • College of Applied Health Sciences • Institute of Aviation • College of Business • College of Education • College of Engineering • College of Fine and Applied Arts • Division of General Studies • Graduate College • School of Labor and Employment Relations • College of Law • College of Liberal Arts and Sciences • Graduate School of Library and Information Science • College of Media • College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign • School of Social Work • College of Veterinary Medicine MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Ranked #37 by US News In the College of Business at Illinois, a passion for excellence drives learning, teaching, research and engagement in the business world. Accountancy, business, and finance curricula integrate with innovative methods and ideas to nurture leadership potential. Faculty, students and alumni comprise an incomparable network of brilliant people setting the highest standards for leadership in the global economy. The program offers unique flexibility, so after completing the first-year core curriculum, you can choose from a wide variety of business and non-business courses to meet your career objectives. College of Business, Illinois has the world’s largest alumni network, which translates into vast opportunities for you to make valuable business connections. Average base salary drawn by University of Illinois MBA graduates – $87,828 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT/GRE/TOEFL/IELTS USD$56,512 AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Early Regular Fall December 1 February 1 LAW – Ranked #23 by US News Since 1897, the University of Illinois, College of Law has offered students a rigorous, broad-ranging, and innovative legal education on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, one of the world’s great research universities. The College of Law offers its first year students small class sections and a variety of options to specialize their legal degree. Nearly a dozen clinics give students hands-on experience in areas such as civil litigation, family advocacy, and international human rights and simulation courses such as the Counseling, Fact Investigation, and Interviewing class lend an experiential component to legal education. Students can also get involved in more than 35 student organizations and several law journals, including the University of Illinois Law Review, the Elder Law Journal, and the Journal of Law, Technology & Policy. There are more than a dozen study abroad options for students who want to learn about legal systems around the world, in locations including Australia, Egypt, Singapore, and Hong Kong. University of Illinois Law graduates draw a median private sector starting salary – $130,000 and a median public service starting salary – $48,000 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options LSAT / TOEFL/IELTS USD$64,558 (LL.M) USD$ $60,112 (J.D) AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Early Regular Fall February 15 UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER The University of Rochester is one of the country’s top-tier research universities. Learning at the University of Rochester is on a very personal scale. Rochester remains one of the smallest and most collegiate among top research universities, with smaller classes, a low 9:1 student to teacher ratio, and increased interactions with faculty. University of Rochester has produced several Nobel Laureates such as Masatoshi Koshiba (PhD), Nobel Prize in Physics; Robert Fogel, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences; Carleton Gajdusek, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine; Vincent du Vigneaud (PhD), Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Rank: #127in World (QS Ranking) Schools: • Arts, Sciences and Engineering • Eastman School of Music • School of Medicine and Dentistry • School of Nursing • Simon Graduate School of Business Administration • Warner Graduate School of Education MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Ranked #45 by US News Simon Graduate School of Business Administration Simon gives you the tools to solve business problems creatively, to make tough decisions in real world situations. You’ll achieve a superior level of leadership, both personally and professionally, in an environment that’s impressive all the way around. Simon is a place to stand up and stand out. It prides itself in being one of the smallest among the top tier of M.B.A. programs. International students comprise more than 40% of each entering class (over 20 countries represented) making us one of the most culturally diverse among leading business schools. Simon’s Economics-Based Approach and Cross-Functional Curriculum allows students to share ideas and solve problems based on mutually understood methods and work closely with students to gauge and then develop their individual leadership capabilities. Average base salary drawn by University of Rochester MBA Graduates – $72,744 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT/TOEFL USD$65,699 AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Round 1 Regular ROUND 3 Fall March 15, 2011 SOCIAL SCIENCES – PSYCHOLOGY– Ranked #50 by US News The School of Arts and Sciences encompasses the major academic areas of the Humanities and Arts, the Social Sciences, and the Natural and Physical Sciences. The 18 academic departments in Arts & Sciences provide outstanding training for undergraduate and graduate students in core disciplines. Additional educational opportunities are offered through other programs, including interdisciplinary work that involves faculty from multiple departments. Research in the Department coalesces in three signature areas: Motivation, Developmental Psychopathology, and Interpersonal Relationships. The Department is associated with the Mt. Hope Family Center which integrates research, training, and treatment in the area of Developmental Psychopathology. The target population of these endeavors is children and families confronted by psychosocial adversity (e.g., maltreatment) and at risk for psychopathology. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options Depends on Course/TOEFL USD$65,531 (PG) AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Round 1 Regular ROUND 3 Fall DECEMBER 15, 2010. UNIVERSITY OF Southern California The University of Southern California (USC) is a private, not-for-profit, nonsectarian, research university.USC was founded in 1880, making it California’s oldest private research university. USC is the largest private employer in Los Angeles and the third-largest in the state of California and is responsible for $4 billion in economic output in Los Angeles County. USC is a world-renowned private research institution enrolling more international students than any other U.S. university and operating an integrated academic medical center that serves more than a million patients each year. It has the largest number of international students of any U.S. university and a worldwide alumni network Schools: • Letters, Arts and Sciences USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences • Accounting USC Leventhal School of Accounting • Architecture USC School of Architecture • Business USC Marshall School of Business • Cinematic Arts USC School of Cinematic Arts • Communication, Journalism USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism • Dentistry Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC • Education USC Rossier School of Education • Engineering USC Viterbi School of Engineering • Fine Arts USC Roski School of Fine Arts • Gerontology USC Davis School of Gerontology • Law USC Gould School of Law • Medicine Keck School of Medicine of USC • Music USC Thornton School of Music • Occupational Therapy Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy • Pharmacy USC School of Pharmacy • Physical Therapy Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy • Policy, Planning, and Development USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development • Social Work USC School of Social Work • Theatre USC School of Theatre USC Marshall School of Business: – ranked in the top 20 colleges by the Academic Ranking of World Universities in business, 2010 With an emphasis on entrepreneurship and innovation, collaborative research and social responsibility, the USC Marshall School of Business is ideally positioned to address the challenges of a rapidly changing business environment. There guiding philosophy – success demands an understanding of the inner workings of the global marketplace –has established USC Marshall as a leader among the nation’s premier business schools. They are committed to connecting alumni with each other, creating alumni affinity with USC Marshall and USC Leventhal, and enhancing the quality, reputation and visibility of our alma mater in the business community. http://www.marshall.usc.edu/alumni/connections. Eligibility Criteria Application deadlines Cost of attendance TOEFL-600 Mar. 15, 2011 Depends on course USC Viterbi School of Engineering: – ranked in the top ten by the Academic Ranking of World Universities in Engineering, 2010 The Viterbi School is one of the nation’s leading engineering institutions in the fields of aerospace, astronautics & space technology, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer science & computer engineering, electrical, environmental, industrial & systems, materials science, mechanical engineering and systems architecting & engineering. The Viterbi School provides unique undergraduate and graduate programs to qualified students leading to academic degrees in engineering; extends the frontiers of engineering knowledge; stimulates and encourages in its students qualities of scholarship, leadership, and character; serves the city, the state, the nation and the world by providing for the continuing education of engineers; and provides professional engineering leadership training toward the solution of community, regional, national and global problems. Alumni- http://viterbivoices.usc.edu/ Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Application Deadline GRE,TOEFL-100 Depends on concentration October 1 UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA University of Virginia is a public institution that was founded in 1819. Since U.S. News began a separate listing of the top 50 public universities, U.Va. has never been ranked lower than No. 2. The University of Virginia offers the vast intellectual resources of a major research university, but fosters the intimacy, sense of community, and dedication. Schools: • School of Architecture • College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences • McIntire School of Commerce • School of Continuing & Professional Studies • Darden School of Business • Curry School of Education • School of Engineering and Applied Science • Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy • School of Law • School of Medicine • School of Nursing School of Law: ranked at 10th position by U.S news. The University Of Virginia School Of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants. Consistently ranked among the top law schools in the nation, Virginia has educated generations of lawyers, instilling in them a commitment to leadership, integrity, and community service. ALUMINI’S IN THE NEWS: – http://www.law.virginia.edu/lawweb/alumnews.nsf/stories. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Intake Deadline LSAT,TOEFL $65,700 Fall MARCH’1 McIntire School of Commerce: – ranked at 5th position by U.S news. We work hard to cultivate the values and skills that will prepare our graduates for lifetimes of leadership, integrity, and success in a challenging global environment. A multidisciplinary faculty team provides a strong conceptual foundation, and students apply their new skills working closely with a corporate sponsor and in a variety of settings. The McIntire School is widely recognized for its commitment to innovation and integrity, bringing cutting-edge faculty research into the classroom, integrating technology throughout the curriculum, and a strong sense of community. Recently, the School expanded its curriculum to include specialty courses in finance and investments, strategic consulting, marketing, creating and managing growth enterprises, real estate, and global business. Alumni, events and resources – http://www.commerce.virginia.edu/info/alumni/Pages/index.aspx Eligibility Criteria MSIT Cost of attendance TOEFL-100,IELTS-7 TOEFL-105,IELTS-7 Depends on course Application deadline: Intake Round 1 Fall May ’1 Spring December’1 Ms.Accounting JAN’15 Ms.science n commerce JAN’15 MSIT JAN’15 UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN Founded in 1848, the University of Wisconsin–Madison is a public research university located in Madison, Wisconsin, United States and is the flagship campus of the University of Wisconsin System. The UW is categorized as an RU/VH Research University (very high research activity) in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. In 2010, it had research expenditures of more than 1 billion dollars. The University of Wisconsin–Madison is considered a Public Ivy. University of Wisconsin –Madison, has produced Nobel laureates such as John Bardeen, twice recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics, Saul Bellow, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Günter Blobel, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Paul D. Boyer, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Theodore Schultz, Nobel Prize in Economics and several others. Rank: #48in the world (QS Ranking) Schools: • Agricultural and Life Sciences • Business • Continuing Studies • Education • Engineering • Environmental Studies, Nelson Institute for • Graduate School • Human Ecology • International Studies • Journalism and Mass Communication • Law School • Letters & Science • Library and Information Studies • Medicine and Public Health • Music • Nursing • Pharmacy • Public Affairs • Social Work • Veterinary Medicine MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Ranked #28 by US News Connection, Leadership, Innovation and Community: Four values that define the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. At the graduate level, they’ve been a leader in the development of focused, applied offerings connecting students and industry. The biggest innovation in the school’s history came in 2004, with the creation of the modern Wisconsin MBA. Based on highly focused career specializations built to meet the real needs of the real world of business, the “Wisconsin model” produces graduates with a depth of expertise that no general management MBA program can hope to match. The Wisconsin MBA was designed for focused individuals seeking a professional edge as alumni and corporate partners have consistently expressed a preference for leaders with superior, specialized expertise. The learning environment is a strong element of the Wisconsin MBA model. Each of their career specializations combines the breadth of a general management core curriculum with in-depth expertise developed in courses across your chosen field. Average base salary received by a UW-Madison graduate – $83,484 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT/TOEFL/IELTS USD$42,976 AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Round 1 Round 2 ROUND 3 ROUND 4 Fall November 12 February 4, 2011 March 15, 2011 April 1, 2011 LAW – Ranked #35 by US News The hallmark of Wisconsin Law School is its “law in action” approach to teaching, in which students learn not only legal rules, but also why those rules evolved to address social concerns, and how those rules operate in the real world. That’s what makes Wisconsin a different kind of law school. Wisconsin is proud of its long tradition of teaching the “law in action.” This means asking how people and companies and governments actually interact, and how the rules are part – but only part – of the influence on their actions. It means studying with professors whose own work examines the role of law in the world, the “law and society” school of research. University of Wisconsin Law students draw a median private sector starting salary – $125,000 and a Median public service starting salary – $48,000. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options LSAT/TOEFL USD$ 56,769 AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Regular Fall March 1 ENGINEERING – Ranked #16 by US News An experience at the UW-Madison College of Engineering will give you the skills and knowledge to solve pressing global challenges. The college offers exciting choices, including international study, field research, internships, laboratory experience, community service and more. The Engineering General Resources Office (EGR) and other student services in the College of Engineering are dedicated to supporting your choices and supplying information, whether you’d like an introduction to engineering or have already selected a target degree program. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options SAT/TOEFL/IELTS (UG) GRE/TOEFL/IELTS (PG) USD$42,916 (UG) USD$$44,291 (PG) AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Regular Fall December 15 VIRGINIA TECH Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, popularly known as Virginia Tech (VT), in United States, was founded in 1872 as an agricultural and mechanical land-grant college. Virginia Tech is a comprehensive, innovative research university with the largest full-time student population in Virginia and Dedicated to its motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), Virginia Tech takes a hands-on, engaging approach to education, preparing scholars to be leaders in their fields and communities. As the commonwealth’s most comprehensive university and its leading research institution, Virginia Tech offers 215 undergraduate and graduate degree programs to more than 30,000 students and manages a research portfolio of nearly $400 million. Virginia Tech has produced some noteworthy people such as Robert B. Pamplin, CEO of Georgia Pacific Corp, Clifton C. Garvin, Chairman and CEO of Exxon Corp., Robert Coleman Richardson shared the Nobel Prize in Physics, William Lewis, Founding Director of McKinsey Global Institute, George Nolen, President and CEO of Siemens Corp, Jess Cliffe, Game Designer and co-creator of Counter-Strike, Bridget Ryan Berman, CEO of Giorgio Armani Corporation. Rank: #340in the world (QS Ranking) Schools: • College of Agriculture and Life Sciences • College of Natural Resources and Environment • Pamplin College of Business • College of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences • College of Engineering • Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine • College of Architecture & Urban Studies • College of Science • Interdisciplinary Degrees ENGINEERING – Ranked #24 by US News The College of Engineering is the leading engineering college in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As an indication of the excellence of its graduate research program, the college was most recently ranked 11th by the National Science Foundation for total research expenditures among all engineering colleges in the United States. The engineering faculty also has established an international reputation for the academic quality of the graduate education program, having produced high-quality master and doctoral level graduates who are leaders in numerous research universities and laboratories throughout the world. Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options SAT/GRE, TOEFL/IELTS USD $32,675 (UG) AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular action Masters Fall February 1 MASTERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Ranked #73 by US News The Pamplin College of Business offers the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree. The plan of study leading to the Master of Business Administration is a 50-credit program requiring a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree from an accredited college or university. The M.B.A. is available at the Blacksburg campus, as well as at the Northern Virginia Center (through both executive and part-time program formats), and in Richmond/Roanoke through the Professional MBA program. Full-time students usually attend classes at the Blacksburg location and enroll in 12 to 16 credits per semester. Classes at the other locations are arranged to accommodate the needs of the working professional. Average base salary drawn by a Virginia Tech MBA Graduate – $63,870 Eligibility Criteria Cost of attendance Financial aid options GMAT, TOEFL/IELTS USD$26900 AVAILABLE Application deadlines: Intake Undergraduate Early action Regular action Masters Fall February 1