Are admission officers in US familiar with the educational system in my country ?


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I am a student from India looking to do masters in US.  What I have heard is that the education system in US is different from education system in India. How will the admission officer will be able understand my qualifications and my results ?

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Normally yes. Universities in the US admit a lot of international students from many different countries each year. When I was applying from back home, I was able to communicate with an admission representative from every school I was interested in. They understand the grading scales from pretty much everywhere in Asia, Europe, etc. One thing to keep in mind is NOT all classes or credits are transferable to the US system. Best thing to do is to customize an educational plan with your advisor.

For undergraduate students, one tip you should keep in mind is if you were educated in a different language back home, you should be waived for “Foreign Language” required credits in US education system. But it doesn’t apply automatically, you will have to talk to your advisor at the US university about that.

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