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    NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY - [NC State], RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA - REVIEWS

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    7.3/10

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    7.3 out of 10
    7.9/10Academic
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    6.7/10Placement
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    10 Reviews Found


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    7.8 /10

    NCSU is great for manufacturing systems and technologies. Having Industrial tie-ups also lets gives you the exposure to succeed in a manufacturing/corporate setup. Placements are also great and cost of living isn’s too heavy on your pockets.

    Course Curriculum :

    Industrial Tieups, Internship as a degree requirement

    10 /10 academic/food
    10 /10 faculty
    10 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    BP
    6.5 /10

    Because of it's research and practical education in field of software engineering. NCSU ranks top 5 according to csrankings.com.

    Course Curriculum :

    Regarding Course and curriculum at NCSU ... They provide courses which are helpful for industrial requirements. Now they are more focusing to introduce courses related to Data science and machine learning. Also leaning systems and algorithm is one of the best courses here in CS program.

    8 /10 academic/food
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    8 /10 infrastructure
    7 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    YS
    8.2 /10

    Since I had already made up my mind about studying in the US, I contacted a few acquaintances who immediately recommended this university. Admissions at NC State University are fairly competitive and I think my academic record is what helped me get enrolled at this university. I also had to pay an application fee of $100 as I applied through the Common Application.

    Course Curriculum :

    The course includes a wide variety of topics related to my major i.e Computer Science such as biomedical devices, home automation, games and toys, environmental controls, automobile control systems, and intelligent vehicle highway systems, industrial robotics, voice/speech recognition, computer intelligence, networking, and wireless communications over a duration of four years. It helped me establish a good foundation in the field.

    8 /10 academic/food
    8 /10 faculty
    8 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    7 /10 placement
    10 /10 extracurricular
    JA
    8.7 /10

    I was keen on doing my MBA from the US so I applied to various colleges and got selected here. I had to face an interview before the final selection. The application fee is around $85 and I needed to submit an MBA Supplemental Application also as I applied through the common application form. I was a Commerce graduate and scored a 55% cumulative total in my three-year graduation.

    Course Curriculum :

    I had opted for a core curriculum as well as a few electives. The course is entirely technology-driven. Practical applications and business processes are employed in a collaborative learning environment. The course also involves projects and partnerships. The curriculum is an integrated one. I definitely have gained from on-the-job like experience.

    8 /10 academic/food
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    9 /10 infrastructure
    9 /10 accomodation
    9 /10 placement
    9 /10 extracurricular
    J
    9.3 /10

    I have had a friend in the past go to this college and they had all the goods things to say about it. The application fee was waived for me which made me want to apply. I also read that this was one of the highest-rated schools and it seemed like a good place to start my higher education. I know that it may be a hard school to get into but with my educational background and positive attitude, I knew that I could make it in and I did.

    Exams :

    This program is one of the best communication programs because it allows us to get a ton of hands-on experience. I also like the student to professor ratio because I didn't want to be stuck in a position where I couldn't get one-on-one attention because of the class size. I got 1500 on my SAT exam so I think that put me in a better position to be accepted at this university.

    10 /10 academic/food
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    8 /10 placement
    10 /10 extracurricular
    AO
    6.7 /10

    They offered good programs for almost every type of major and interest. They have pretty expansive study abroad programs that were easy to apply for, as studying abroad was important to me to be able to experience. They also provided me with the most financial aid.

    Course Curriculum :

    The curriculum was pretty good, but it was focused on underclassmen trying to figure out what to do with their careers, not upperclassmen honing in their skills and interests. Also, syllabi didn't do the best job of explaining what the class would cover.

    7 /10 academic/food
    7 /10 faculty
    6 /10 infrastructure
    8 /10 accomodation
    4 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular
    SA
    9.0 /10

    It is the closest to my house meaning I can easily commute to campus from home, and it gave me the most financial aid to the point where my entire tuition is paid for with money left over. They genuinely care about their students, and not to mention the food options are spectacular.

    Course Curriculum :

    The curriculum for my major is very tailored to the concentration I have chosen, which is Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental biology. There is a wide array of class options even in the concentration you choose.

    8 /10 academic/food
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    10 /10 infrastructure
    10 /10 accomodation
    8 /10 placement
    9 /10 extracurricular
    O
    5.0 /10

    It was close to home and offered the major I was looking for. The school also had great reviews and my sister has previously attended this same University and graduated. This school also had a lot of social events and the potential for networking.

    Course Curriculum :

    The course curriculums are very rigorous and face paced. You really have to stay on top of assignments and attend the lectures so that you will stay on track. The professors many times will lecture for the entire class period and will then assign homework.

    7 /10 academic/food
    3 /10 faculty
    7 /10 infrastructure
    2 /10 accomodation
    3 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular
    O
    5.5 /10

    Great ratings and a great teacher and my sister had originally attended before me. I really enjoyed the classroom sizes and the material was easy to understand. My parents also liked the school because it was close to home.

    Course Curriculum :

    It was pretty good. I think that some of the classes were very large which hindered you from getting anyone on one teaching and at times it was difficult to keep up but I was still able to graduate with honors.

    6 /10 academic/food
    4 /10 faculty
    6 /10 infrastructure
    4 /10 accomodation
    5 /10 placement
    8 /10 extracurricular
    R
    6.8 /10

    Personally, it was because I would only have to pay their in-state tuition. Additionally, they had good science programs in chemistry, biology, and botany. Additionally, it has one of the biggest student population in North Carolina.

    Course Curriculum :

    I think some of it shouldn?t be required; however, most of the course curriculum is fair for the program. I wish there were more courses towards plant research that could be applicable to job experience.

    7 /10 academic/food
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    7 /10 infrastructure
    7 /10 accomodation
    6 /10 placement
    7 /10 extracurricular

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