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    I am a graduate in Architecture and passed from Jamia University this year (2016).
    I would like to pursue MS from abroad. Could you please guide me and tell the procedure?
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     Piyush Rai 

    Hey Samreen,

    Applying for MS outside India is not an easy task as it requires a series of steps to be followed. I have listed below a set of tasks that you need to follow in-order to increase your chances of selection.

    • Selection of locations/regions where you want to pursue your MS from.
    • Shortlist a few Universities based on your interest.
    • Learn about the eligibility criteria for each university in each separate region as eligibility criteria varies according to location and course also.
    • Prepare for the required standardized tests
      • GRE (General + Subject)
    • Collect all your Academic Transcripts from your under-graduate College.
      • Semester wise marks card + Consolidated marks card (if offered by the university) of candidate’s Bachelor degree’s coursework
    • Fill up the application form with carefully with correct information
      • Education systems in different countries vary; hence the language on the application form should be read carefully before form filling.
      • Get the completed form proof read prior to final submission
    • Recommendation Letters, Essays/SOP & Resume
      • Must Show Distinctiveness
      • Diversity
      • Intent in applying for a particular course
    • Extra Curricular Activities
      • Try to highlight your overall development in varied interests.
      • Community Service however not essential, but can help a lot.
      • Display your ability and experience in management, organization and working with teams
    • Financial Documents
      • Make sure you provide proper financial documents
      • These documents are required by the universities for issuing the I20.
      • Be ready to show amounts equivalent to 1 year’s tuition fees and living expenses.
    • Visa
      • Getting a Visa is not easy; any of the following can lead to rejection:
        • Incomplete application
        • Wrong information
        • Improper documents
        • Insufficient proof of funding
        • Criminal activity
        • Possible intent of immigration

    Hope this will give you a better understanding about what lies ahead, Best of luck!

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