ACADEMIC ADVICE

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vishnusiva004
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ACADEMIC ADVICE

Postby vishnusiva004 » Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:00 am

Hello guys . . .

I am final year undergraduate student. My branch is 'Electronics & Communications'.

I am gonna start my Masters in Electronics in a few months.

I am thinking applying to Physics Graduate Program @ MIT after the completion of my masters.

Does MIT or any other famous college take students who already have Masters into Physics Graduate Program ??

blackcat007
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Re: ACADEMIC ADVICE

Postby blackcat007 » Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:12 am

vishnusiva004 wrote:Hello guys . . .

I am final year undergraduate student. My branch is 'Electronics & Communications'.

I am gonna start my Masters in Electronics in a few months.

I am thinking applying to Physics Graduate Program @ MIT after the completion of my masters.

Does MIT or any other famous college take students who already have Masters into Physics Graduate Program ??


they do take. but i don't understand your plan. if you are interested in graduate program in physics then why are you doing your masters in electronics? you have to take the 2 yr physics grad courses again once you enroll, before staring your PhD work. and why only MIT? you should preferably have research exp in physics for going to the top schools..

vishnusiva004
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Re: ACADEMIC ADVICE

Postby vishnusiva004 » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:46 pm

What are the top schools for higher Studies in Physics ??

blackcat007
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Re: ACADEMIC ADVICE

Postby blackcat007 » Wed Sep 23, 2009 2:25 pm

vishnusiva004 wrote:What are the top schools for higher Studies in Physics ??

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandr ... /rankings/




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