quizivex wrote:yep, brown and dartmouth...
tady wrote:There are lot of schools that are considered "public ivys" which are very good. Why does the name "Ivy League" matter anyway?
I am an indian student with a 2 year work experience in embedded systems.My undergraduation was in Electronics and communiation Engineering.My scores are PGRE-920,GGRE-V-740/Q-800 and one year research experience in quantum computation and information theory.
I am looking for grad schools in engineering or physics in my research areas. I have decent letter of recommendations.Do i stand a chance for an admission into the Ivy Leagues?
kubikat wrote:It seems like an international student would have a better chance of getting into an Ivy League ( or any other private ) institution, than getting into a comparably ranked public one. From my understanding in a public university it is a lot more expensive to have an international student than a domestic, while in a private the costs are comparable.
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