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B.SC. from India [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2011, 03:02
Hi,

I have Bachrlor of science degree from Mumbai , India. university of texas at arlington evaluated my international degree and they mention in the email

"University Of Mumbai
Eligibility for graduate admission requires the award of a 3 year bachelor's degree AND the award of a master's degree OR 1 year AICTE/University accredited Post Grad diploma. Your degree does not meet this requirement. Therefore, you are not eligible for admission to a graduate program at UTA and processing on your application has been discontinued.

Thank you for applying to UT Arlington. We look forward to receiving the required items so that we may complete processing on your file. "

I'm bit confused regarding "3 year bachelor's degree" Is B.SC m india is equivalent to 3 year degree as per USA standard or more ? Education is 10 +2+3 = b.sc. in india
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Re: B.SC. from India [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2011, 13:05
They're basically saying they don't recognize your 3 year degree as equivalent to a US 4 year bachelor's degree (the standard is 4 year degrees in the US).
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Re: B.SC. from India [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2011, 15:56
Thank you. I was bit confused as friend of mine applied with same three years college transcript at UTD . He got accepted for master program. The only difference was He send 2 junior college + 3 year of college transcripts (where i only submitted only 3 years of college transcript B.SC) . I went to talk graduate advisor and explain the situtation , they are not educated enough to answer the query. Graduate advisor told me what's on my application status.

I'm confused what should i do ?
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