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September 22, 2021 at 8:27 am in reply to: Admissions for MS in Biosciences abroad #346
There are many options out there. Bioscience is a very broad field. Job prospects depends on the specialization (Pharmacology, Microbiology, Cancer Biology or Bioinformatics) and location as well. Please go through this blog article on how to pursue MS Biosciences abroad at best-value schools and with good job prospects after graduation.August 25, 2021 at 3:03 pm in reply to: What kind of topics are included under Data Science? #254
Normally, you will study the following topics:
Basics / Core Modules
– Programming for Data Science
– Data Mining
– Probability & Statistics
– Algorithms & Data Structures
– Prescriptive Analytics
– Big Data Tools
– Bayesian Statistics
Electives / Additional Modules:
– Machine Learning
– Data Visualization
– Cloud Computing
– Advanced Data Analytics
– Data Privacy & Ethics
– Deep Learning
– Soft Skills (Communication & Storytelling)
Hope this helps.August 18, 2021 at 9:27 am in reply to: What kind of topics are included under Data Science? #232
Could you please elaborate your question? Are you talking about course curriculum in MS Data Science program or ideal components for a basic foundation course to get a headstart?August 18, 2021 at 9:25 am in reply to: What is the best country to pursue MS in Biotech? #231
It’s kind of tough to talk about the best country. It would be ideal to focus on the right country for you as per your area of interest(s), career goals, personal aspirations, and budget.
USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Singapore, New Zealand, Italy, Belgium, Spain – all are good options.August 17, 2021 at 7:17 pm in reply to: How many colleges shall we apply to? #224
On Common App, students can apply to a maximum of 20 colleges. However, we recommend that you apply to 12 – 15 colleges.
However, please be advised that the number of colleges you should apply to is dependent on your personal situation and your priorities when selecting a college.
For example, if you have a dream school that offers early decision or early action, then you may only have to apply to one college. If you apply early decision, you’ll typically be submitting your application in November and should receive an admissions decision by December, before the application deadlines for most colleges. If you’re accepted to a school that you apply to early decision, you have to attend.
Hope this helps.