I would have never assume that banks in Bangladesh don’t give loans for students to Study Abroad. Along with that, I learned several new things about Nur Mohammad.
- Graduate Student at The University of Texas at Tyler
- Degree: Masters in Electrical Engineering
- Scholarship: New Graduate Fellowship
- Part-Time Jobs: Two Jobs (19.5 Hours per Week)
- What Else: Watch the Interview to Learn More
Interview With Nur: Video
Interview with Nur: Audio[powerpress]
Summary of the Interview:
- How students from Bangladesh Apply to study abroad – His Journey to the USA
- How to pay for expenses without bank loans
- Admission – the USA vs Malaysia ( was admitted with funding)
- List of Universities Applied – Admitted – Rejections
- How to get New Graduate Fellowship
- Graduate Student schedule with two part-time jobs ( Graduate Assistant and Teaching Assistant with Thesis Research)
- F1 Visa Interview – It was a long interview (several questions)
- Tips and Advice for future students
- How to approach professors for Financial Aid (and Research Assistant Position)
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Note: This interview is sponsored by UT Tyler. But, the experiences shared by the students (Nur) are real, genuine conversation about their journey to Study in America.