How is it to select U.S. universities for graduate school admission?
This will be a 3 part article and by the end of 3 parts, you will be able to make a selection of U.S. universities with confidence and in the right way.
This guide will list 12 different questions you have to answer for every university before making a final decision.
U.S. University Selection Factors
- Tuition Fees
- Cost of Living
- Jobs after M.S.
- Length of the Program
- International Student Population
- Quality of Education
- Current Student Satisfaction
- Can you Afford it
- Crime Rate in the area
The next posts will discuss the above 12 factors in detail. You have to understand that university selection is a time consuming process.
If you decide to do it on your own, it can be overwhelming for most of you.
With so many universities in the U.S.A. that offer a wide variety of courses and degrees, it will be tough to decide on the best 10 universities to apply for admission.
Just the effort alone differentiates prospective students from the rest of the group. [Why International Students are Unique Creatures?]
Don’t forget to read Parts 2 and 3 of this U.S. universities selection process article.
- How to Select U.S. Universities – Part 1 [Current Post]
- How to Select U.S. Universities – Part 2
- How to Select U.S. Universities – Part 3.