After getting a master’s degree a student is permitted to work in America for a period of one year, which is extendable to three years, if he is from the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) category. A work permit (H1B visa) is not required for such students.
Not at all. Students with an American degree can avail of a special quota, of 20,000 H1B visas. In addition to this quota they can also apply for the general quota comprising 65,000 H1B visas.
The new merit-based immigration policy is being formulated which will give priority to students with American degrees for H1B visas.
There is no restrictions specific to India.
President Trump is planning to give more weightage to highly skilled workers holding American degrees.
Currently, America has the lowest unemployment rate which has dipped to an unprecedented 4.1 percent. Therefore, students getting degrees from good universities still manage to find jobs within a few months of graduating.
Students of Dilip Oak’s Academy invariably join only accredited and well-known universities. Most of them find jobs in the US quite easily.
You can apply for H1B visa once a year. If you are from the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) category you can apply for visa thrice, since the OPT period for STEM students is for three years. Non STEM students can apply only once.
No. It will not affect your chances.
There is no such rule neither it is likely to be announced in the near future till the US Government finalize new immigration policies.
Ideally, the GRE test should be taken during the third year. If not possible at least in the first semester of the final year so that the students can join US university immediately after completing his graduation. The GRE test score is valid for 5 years.
You can join our GRE coaching anytime between July 2018 to July 2019. The admission procedure will follow from that point onwards.
You can take the GRE multiple times. You have to option to report only the best score to the universities.
Ideally, you should take the GRE up to December 2018 or latest by January 2019.
We recommend students to take the GRE test during the third year of engineering. This enables them to prepare well for the GRE test and also concentrate on their academics.
We will launch online training for the GRE test in the near future.
Students with backlogs can also get admission but in a relatively lower ranked university.
Relevant work experience at least for one year is strongly recommended. It will help to get better university and a good job after MS.
Conversion of marks is not required. You can report SGPA/CGPA to the US universities which are acceptable to them.
Majority US universities accept the GRE score for admission to MBA course. Work experience in start-ups can be considered.
Yes, research publication will help to some extent provided it is in a magazine of an international reputation.
16 years (12+4) of formal education is mandatory. Students completing a three-year degree course should complete masters in India and then apply. However, if you get your mark sheets evaluated from World Education Services (WES) and if they recognize your degree equivalent to a four-year Indian degree, then you can apply for a master’s program.
Ideally, you should join German language coaching in the first year so that you can complete A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels till you complete your bachelor’s degree. This will enable you to have a good command over the German language and you can apply for the masters course in full German language which do not charge tuition fees.
Some universities in Germany do accept the GATE score. However, the TU9 universities strongly recommend the GRE test score.
Yes, retired parents can get the loan if they have property to mortgage.
Employment opportunities in are similar in all three countries.
You can apply for MS in all fields (technical, humanities, arts, management, etc.)
You can apply for MS in pharmacology, pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, pharma administration and biotechnology.
Employment opportunities in the US and Germany are the same.
Yes, most of the US universities have job fairs generally twice in a year where many companies recruit students.
You should join our admission counseling any time after July 2018, but preferably before January 2019.
Gaining work experience is definitely an added advantage. There is no age limit to take the GRE or to apply for a master's course in USA or Germany.
Students from any engineering stream can apply for computer science. But they will have to take pre-requisite courses which will extend their course by one semester. Similarly, higher ranked universities prefer students with bachelor’s degree in computers. Relevant work experience in the IT sector would be an added advantage.
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