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Why study Computer Science & Engineering

Life as a student in the CSE department can be pretty exciting. We have many varied opportunities for students to do great things.

Computer science and computer engineering students will find a computing degree opens doors to many exciting careers. The need for individuals skilled in computer science continues to grow. Technology is embedded and integrated in businesses, institutions, education in both teaching and research, private industry, and government.

You will learn to make make decisions and judgments independently and also learn skills to communication information accurately.

Top countrtries to study Computer Science & Engineering abroad

USA : USA is a premier destination for students wishing to study computer science and IT as its degrees are recognized around the world. For pursuing computer science and IT, students can download online application form and submit it with application fee. Apart from this, students are required to submit their mark sheets, three letters of recommendation and statement of purpose explaining the reason of joining the course. Candidates also need to take either of the following English proficiency tests: TOFEL, IELTS, Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE), Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). Read more

Canada : To study computer science and IT in Canada, students are required to take TOEFL, IELTS, CanTEST or CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) test to prove their proficiency in English. Read more

Malaysia : Wherever you look, you'll find computer scientists and intelligent systems at work. They're supporting or driving everything from the daily weather report to new research discoveries. They're pushing developments in bioinformatics, gaming, networking, artificial intelligence and other fields that use and transform information. Read more

UK : There was much rejoicing recently when the UK government decided to tear up the stupefyingly dull IT curriculum that had turned a generation off of a career in computing.
But just what prospects are there for a computer science graduate today? Dig a bit deeper and it seems that IT graduates in the UK - particularly those trying to pursue roles in software development - are struggling to get onto the career ladder. Read more

Russia : Russian universities do not conduct entrance examination for admission to Computer Science and IT courses in its universities and colleges. The admission is based entirely upon first come first serve basis and of course on your academic score. All you need is qualify to apply at the individual universities and an official invite to study in their college/ university. Read more