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Confusion regarding which program to Join in USA.

Postby Neha1090 » Tue, 04 Jan 2011 12:33:48 -0500

Hi All,
A warm and happy New Year to all.
I need some inputs from you guys here -
Actually currently I am in USA with my husband on H4 visa. I did my MBA from Indore (India) and after marriage I did certification in Testing from Seed Infotech, Pune Branch. Now, I wanted to work here but with my MBA degree I did not get any good job here, so I want to do some certification / Degree from US , so that I can easily get any Jobs here.
Now,
1. Which course I should go for so that I can get Job easily, I know IT is the best to get any job, but what about Accounting / Finance / Marketing.
2. I want to apply for some 1 yr course, do colleges in USA have any 1 yr program ?
3. How much money I will have to spend typically. Can I get any scolarship / loan and how ??

I would highly appreciate if you guys can help me to get answers to above questions.


Thanks much in advance,
Neha
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Re: Confusion regarding which program to Join in USA.

Postby RealCamz » Thu, 21 Feb 2013 09:01:36 -0500

IT is probably your best bet out of that list, but don't discount Healthcare. The Healthcare industry is expected to grow by 22% by the year 2020. That's huge growth considering how big healthcare is already.

What you should do is take the free US College Finder at http://www.nursing-works.com/college1.html and see what college and program it recommends for you.

I think it also gives you information on financial aid and scholarships, so you should definitely check it out.


Good luck!! :)
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