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Masters ma Construction management padhna ko lagi ni engineering license exam dinu parcha?
PhD apply garda k k garnu parne ho
Guys US ma bachelor in it wa cs ko lagi credit transfer garna bbs 1st year leko le paunxa?
Is it true that you can’t get scholarships for masters in the USA?
I have nearly completed MBA. Aba USA ma double masters garnu bhanda Phd garnu better?
What are some recommended institutions for GRE preparation?
Canada apply garna sop chairaxa. Poila Australia reject vako ho. Help
I got rejected on August 4th from Australia, and I haven’t gotten the fee refund I was supposed to get from Lincoln Institute of Higher Education. I got a letter like this about three weeks ago, and I still haven’t received any refund. Can you guys suggest me what should I do?
I took Computer Science in +2 and Management and there was no maths in my school. I am interested in computer programming and what are my options in both Nepal or abroad related to programming?
I am so confused right now and frustrated that there was no math in +2
I have gap year of about 5 years. What are the countries options that I can try for bachelors ?
Us students how do you survive in states paisa kasari kamaunchau and how hard is pr
Okay goood one, this was soo needed lmao.
Should I do IELTS or TOFEL and GRE or GMAT
I am confused
I am planning for USA for my masters
Finished Engineering in computer and very hard to apply for aus in my recent family condition . can anyone give me a idea where to apply with less fee for my masters
I want to go to USA for further studies after +2 and I’m somewhat researching about it but not clear on anything. The first step, I don’t even know which course I shall select, I want to pursue Engineering/IT field but course complications. Then comes city choosing, I’m not able to choose a city that has good university and good living quality but isn’t so expensive to make a hole in my pocket. Then comes university, How do you choose that ?
Also, to mention I’m just a grade 12th student but wish to research on it before hand so I won’t have to run to consultancies and also have knowledge before hand.
Replies are much appreciated!
CSIT padeka haru how happy are you, if not why? what is the better option in your opinion
NICE. This was very much needed.
USA or Canada? I am a single son and have little sister. Which should I choose if I want to bring my parents to permanently live with me paxi? Any one gone through the process?
I will be listing a few documents before my departure to Thailand and Malaysia from the airport. As an engineering student, I had a few backlogs ( college id card has expired ) which I have since cleared in my recent exams. I will be carrying my college admit card. Additionally, I had been working a job prior to my exams, so I have my PAN card and tax clearance receipt. Of course, I will have my passport, and I also have a substantial amount of money in my bank account, for which I will carry both the statement and cash. Specifically, I have a lakhs in Nepalese rupees in my bank account. In terms of foreign currency, I will have 500 USD in cash and 1000 USD on my card. I’m wondering if this will be sufficient in case the airport officials ask about my intention to return, or if there is anything else I should consider bringing along, aside from my passport, ticket (both ticket), hotel reservation and visa? Kei samasya hola?
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