US Universities with good job placement

This list might be helpful for you if you are considering getting a job after MS.

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One thing to keep in mind is that it is not a bad idea to apply at a few top 20-30 ranking schools(or even better) even if you are worried about your chance of getting admission. Normally, getting admission in MS at top 20-50 schools is not that hard as it feels. Worst case you will not get funding initially, but in case you get admission you will get summer internship and full time job easily because of good campus recruitment process. Good internships pays around $4000 – $6000 a month. Also after a semester or two almost always students get some sort of funding on campus in a bigger school. It’s better to pay a semester out of pocket initially in a bigger school than going to smaller school with little funding and then struggle a lot to find a job. You can save money at your current work, or take out some loans and can pay off this loan very easily after you get a good job after your MS. Normally good jobs after MS, pay $70,000 – $100,000 in the US which will allow you to pay the loan only in a couple of months. So, paying for your tuition is not always a bad thing if you get into a good university knowing that your chance of getting job is higher after graduation. It’s an investment, and best kind of investment is the investment on ourselves.

-Raihan
Portland, USA

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