Universities for GRE score 300-310 | Part -2

Gre score 306

In my previous article I have talked some of the universities which gives you admission if you have GRE score between 300 to 310. In this article I will provide some more universities which will surely accepts your application if your GRE score is between 300 to 310. I am not giving you 100% guarantee that you will get admission because it depends on so many other factors like Statement of Purpose, Letter of Recommendation and your GPA etc .

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Wayne State University

wayne state university

Wayne State University is a public research university, situated in the Midtown Cultural Center in the city of Detroit.

Students enrolled in Wayne State University have great opportunities to do research in Michigan State University and the University of Michigan. Detroit, a big city and major business hub has a myriad of job opportunities and finding one is not an arduous task.

 

Northeastern University

Northeastern University is a global, private research university, established in 1898, classified as an R1 institution. Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

 

SUNY Institute of Technology

SUNY Utica

The SUNY Polytechnic Institute, short for State University of New York Polytechnic Institute, is a public research university whose campuses are located in  Utica.

In SUNY Institute of Technology, scholarships are easy, part time jobs are available, and most importantly, there is no difficulty in finding jobs.

Kansas State University

Kansas State University, popularly known as Kansas State or K-State is a public research university that offers doctoral programs in its central campus in the city of Manhattan, Kansas state. The K-State was started as a land-grant institution in 1863, the earliest public institution of higher learning in Kansas state.

The Kansas State is categorized as a university with most research activities (R1) by Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, a foundation that classifies colleges and universities in the US. The university offers 65 masters and 45 doctoral degrees.

 

Oklahoma State University

Oklahoma State University, founded in 1890, is a land-grant, sun-grant, and composite public research university, situated in Still-water, Oklahoma.

The campus is spread over an area of 1, 489 acres and has a total registration of 20, 821 undergraduate students.

The most sought-after majors in Oklahoma State University include Business, Management, Marketing and connected specialties; Engineering, and Consume/Human Sciences; and Biological and Biomedical Sciences. In this university, nearly 45 % of the students live in housing that is owned and maintained by college.

 

Stevens Institute of Technology

SIT is a private, composite, research university that offers programs from undergraduate programs in specializations including science and technology.

Stevens Institute of Technology is a small, but stunning campus sheltered in a stellar location.  With over 140 years of legacy of expertise, SIT presents to you powerful classroom learning and opportunities to explore that  contribute to the progress of students’ career and help in becoming a gurus in effectively tackling today’s confrontation in business, engineering, and science.

Finding jobs is not going to be difficult for students graduating from Stevens Institute of Technology. It is a center for learning for diverse group of students from all over the world.

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

The New Jersey Institute of Technology, intercepted in 1881 as the Newark Technical School, is a public research university having 125 years of history into providing degrees in science and technology.

The NJIT offers scholarship opportunities on need-basis. The university has many enrollments by Asian and Indian students and hence serves as a good campus for students from Asia.

University of Tampa (UT)

The University of Tampa, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, is a private university in Downtown Tampa, Florida. The university was started in 1931 as Tampa Junior college to serve as a center for higher education for Florida’s west coast.

With low tuition fees, UT offers over 200 degrees, pre-professional programs, and certifications for students nearby and far of places across the globe.

 

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