which eng. uni's(outside INDIA) are gud??except MIT...
Check out the thread below.
cant see any thread dude..
There are many great science (including applied science) and engineering schools in many countries around the world.
Massachusetts Inst of Technology
University of California-Berkeley
California Institute Technology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Michigan
Carnegie Mellon University
University of Texas at Austin
University of California- San Diego
University of California- Los Angeles
Texas A&M University
Pennsylvania State University
University of Wisconsin-Madison
University of Maryland College Park
University of California-Santa Barbara
University of Southern California
University of Minnesota
Johns Hopkins University
Virginia Polytech Inst & State University
Ohio State University
University of Virginia
Columbia University (FU)
University of Pennsylvania
Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst
North Carolina State University
University of Washington
University of Florida
University of California-Davis
Washington University -St. Louis
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Michigan State University
Iowa State University
University of Arizona
University of California-Irvine
University of Colorado-Boulder
Case Western Reserve University
Rutgers State University-New Brunswick
University of Notre Dame
University of Rochester
University of Delaware
University of Iowa
Arizona State University
University Of Waterloo, Ontario
University Of Toronto, Ontario
Mcgill University, Montreal, Quebec
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia
Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario
Universite De Montreal, Quebec
Queens University, Kingston, Ontario
University Of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia
Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec
University Of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
University Of Victoria, B.C.
University Of Calgary, Alberta
University Of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon
University Of Western Ontario
Universite Du Quebec
Ecole Polytechnique Montreal
University Of Windsor
Inria, Valbonne ,
Centre National De La Rech Sc.
Ecole Normale Superieure,
Indian Institute of Science
Politechico Di Milano, Milano,
Universita Di Roma, Rome,
Politechico Di Ttornio
University Of Bologna,
Universita Di Firenze,
Universita Di Pisa,
Universita Di Torino,
Universita Di Milano,
Universita Degli Studi Di Padova,
Universita Di Salerno,
Istituto Di Elaboraz. Pisa,
Universita Di Genova,
Kyoto University, Japan
University OF Tokyo, Japan
Hiroshima University, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
National Tsing-Hua University
National Chiao Tung University
National Taiwan University
National Central University
National Taiwan Institute Of Technology
National Cheng-Kkung University
University Of Karlsruhe
Universität Des Saarlandes
Technische Universität Berlin
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford
University OF Queensland
Curtin University of Technology
University of Technology, Sydney
RMIT University (Australia)
Victoria University of Technology
University of South Australia
University of Science & Technology of China
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications
South China University of Technology
Huazhong University of Science & Technology
Nanyang Technological University
National University of Singapore
Lemme refine my question....which universities(gud ones) offer scholarships on SAT scores(I&II) and how much??
I can only answer for the US schools... but I don't think *any* "gud" university offers scholarships based on SAT scores. SAT scores are a very small part of the total picture and are really not that important compared to grades and extracurricular activites.
Worse for you, while the US schools *do* offer many undergraduate scholarships, there are relatively few available to non-US citizens. (I assume from your original message that you are from India.)
If you want to study in the US, consider graduate school instead. There are many more funding opportunities for foreign students there.
Astronuc, the list for Canada - is there any particular order to it or is it just random?
I'm going to have to add Wasada for Japan.
Astronuc, where did you pull that list from?
ranger, as far as I know there is now particular order other than when they were put on the list.
The source of the list is - http://www.graduateshotline.com/tope.html
as well as a couple I added. The national lists are not considered complete, nor I have I verified them.
Other lists are available for a price.
What a bizarrely short opening post.
By graduate you mean masters, right??
I was actually thinking about the relatively high amount of funding available for Ph.D. students. It is fairly common (although certainly not universal) for schools to give all of their science/engineering Ph.D. students tuition and a stipend, regardless of nationality. (Unsurprisingly, better schools have more money and you have a much better chance of a free ride there.)
I'm not really familiar with M.S. funding levels... but I'd guess that even there, there is more funding than for foreign undergraduates.
There seem to be a lot of Indians over here at Iowa State University (which is known for engineering), so maybe you'd feel at home here?
Strangely though, almost none of them are in the physics department. I could swear that I'm the only Indian graduate student in the whole place, and I'm not sure I even count, since I'm American born.
but how to apply for a perticular college?
i am doing Diploma now and i wish to apply for engineering out side india...
where should i apply?
can u suggest....?
Go to the college's web site. All colleges and universities in the US have online application forms, as far as I know.
Separate names with a comma.