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International Transfer

Transfer19933Transfer19933 Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
edited August 2013 in Pakistan
Hey guys. Im currently doing Mechanical engineering from EME NUST. I got a 3.50 cgpa in my first year. Now i want to apply to the US as an international transfer student. Also, id need loads of financial aid if im to go. I havent given the SAT 1 but i did give SAT 2 and got 2300 in it. Also, im a great guitar player and a great singer aswell and I have a few ECs. Do you guys think I have a shot? And if so, which colleges should i apply to if i want admission AND fin aid?
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Replies to: International Transfer

  • Transfer19933Transfer19933 Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
  • VarolineVaroline Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
    Quick qs. Why do u wanna leave NUST? I just completed my alevels and will inshallah get into SEECS(SAT NATIONAL BASIS). I got acceptance from Imperial College London as well but i might opt NUST. Would i be doing the wrong thing? ( I mean of course imperial is better but isnt NUST the best uni if one wants to stay in pakistan?)
  • Transfer19933Transfer19933 Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
    I got into EME. Didnt apply for SEECS. SEECS is finee. But eme is hell. For alevel students specially. Strictness, overall general atmosphere sucks
  • danger945danger945 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    Well 2 of my cousins transferred from lahore school of economics after their first year to university of texas.
  • aunt beaaunt bea Registered User Posts: 9,404 Senior Member
    Financial aid to international transfer students is almost non-existent.
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