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WEBINAR on EE programs and recruiting in USA

Electrical and Electronics students perhaps face the toughest competition when it comes to getting into Top US programs for Master’s. EE projects are tougher and with lack of great infrastructure in Indian colleges, it becomes harder to stand apart from international competition.

To help you prepare better for MS in EE applications and jobs thereafter, we have invited Sajin Sabu who is pursuing MS EE at UNCC.

“Before coming here, I didn’t feel that UNCC was a good option to do my Masters in. But, I’ve been proven wrong in every way. The coursework for Embedded systems, computer architecture and operating systems specialization is really good” – Sajin

So, we have Sajin with us who I have mentored personally and I know that this is going to be blast of a session! He himself was a bit disappointed when he was heading to UNCC but he says it did wonders for him. Find out more details when he shares his story.
I will be moderating this myself and asking questions about studying EE and finding jobs in USA. With so much competition for EE programs, you do not want to miss it.

QnA will cover:

  • What are good and less competitive EE programs in US?
  • How to get into these programs?
  • How to recruit for EE role in USA?
  • and more

We will be announcing the final webinar links on our Facebook Group on MS Internships and Jobs (click here to join), so please join us there for follow-up announcements. We have limited seats, so hurry up.

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