How does my Backlogs impact my admission in U.S. universities?
When you apply for a master’s degree in the U.S. you are weighed alongside the domestic students and most of the American students don’t have the backlog. So, earlier this used to be a disadvantage for international students having backlogs in their bachelor’s degree. But with the evolving entry requirements for international students, mostly your backlogs shouldn't impact your admission for a master's degree in the U.S., but still it depends on the university to university and program to program which you are applying for. Come watch this short video by Mr. Patriek Karayil, an MIT graduate himself and a Former Vice President of U.S. News Global Education and learn more about this aspect of in detail.
During all his experience in the field of higher education in the U.S., Patriek has worked with over a dozen U.S. universities and has counseled thousands of students and liaised with U.S. embassies and visa officers.

With his experience and government statistics, he has come up with a “Comprehensive Guide to purse a master’s degree in the U.S.” & a course on visa guidance easily available for the students seriously planning for their studies in the U.S. There are various questions related to selecting the right master’s degree for yourself & the related nitty-gritty, how to go about your visa application and the interview, etc. and knowing the precise answers to these questions is paramount and that’s what these courses are all about. Come join these courses & confidently proceed on your path to a successful degree from your dream university!
MAY, 27 / 2020

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