I have to one select among the three universities for MS in Electrical Power Engineering

  1. North China Electric Power University (NCEPU)
  2. Xi’an Jiao Tong University (XJTU)
  3. Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU)

Shanghai Jiao Tong University has several joint degree programs as
SJTU-Monash University Dual Degree Program
SJTU-Norwegian University of Science and Technology Double Master degree program and others like these.

Please also provide your valuable suggestion about this especially about joint degree programs of SJTU whether they are good or traditional single university programs?

Thank you.

I want to request for scholarship to get masters in electronics.

I’m from Saudi Arabia. I have bachelor degree in general electronics but in the bachelor I didn’t get advanced topics in electronics because half of the program was about pedagogy courses and little electronics so basically I’m the diploma background + my simple hobby in microcontrollers.

I’m at the beginning in microcontollers, I’m moving around communication protocols; like, SPI and I2C. And, didn’t finish the UART.

But, I have to request for masters scholarship now to get the approvement very soon.

My question is which country is the best? Australia or USA, these two countries are the best options. And, which universities are the best?

I have an undergraduate GPA of 3.06, in Physics, with a minor in mathematics. I am interested in a Masters in Electrical Engineering, but most programs seem to want somebody with a GPA of 3.25. I feel like my GPA isn’t reflective of my current abilities at all, because I mostly partied a lot in undergrad, and now live a mature married lifestyle. I have been an Active Duty Army Officer for 8 years, and recently got a GRE of 166V 164Q 5.5AW, which I believe is much more in line with my academic abilities.

Is it worth applying to anywhere? If so, is there a general category of schools anybody could recommend? I don’t need funding as I have the full post 9/11 GI bill if that makes any difference.

So the situation is that I did a research project in a company related to communications(electrical engineering). I feel that some concepts may also be applicable in image, video signal processing for example. If in future, I do my own research in image and video compression and come up with a new research that may be vaguely based to the research done previously in a company.

Will that be considered violate of my contract with the company in which I have stated that all work I have done in the company is their property.

Best Regards,

My name is Luka and I am currently third year of electrical engineering, specifically Power and Control Systems. I have very high GPA, and I am certain I will be applying for MSc in two years (I have to finish this year, and specialize next year in order to get Bachelor). I am 100% sure that I will pursue PhD after MSc and hope to continue working in academia. But there is one problem in this. During these years I have confirmed that my passion for physics(especially high energy physics)is much greater than one for engineering. In fact, I do not think I would be able to do any research in engineering. Because of this, I want to switch fields and to get into MSc program for High Energy Physics. My question is: Is there anyone with similar experience that has made a successful transition? And if it is possible, is it possible to follow the material? Any advice or information would be very helpful. Thank you

I am preparing my application for several top graduate programs (GaTech, UTexas, NC State…) in Computer Engineering starting in Fall 2018. I finished my Bachelor’s in Electronics Engineering last June. Now I am enrolled in a 1-year Master Degree in Teacher Training for Secondary School.

My undergrad GPA (3.65) and GRE scores (Q: 168, %94) are pretty good . However, I wonder if not dedicating this academic year to engineering related studies/work will harm my chances to be admitted.

How to find out if someone holds a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering from Technical University of Budapest?
I know that the university changed its name to Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

He claims he got a Doctorate in Electrical Engineering from that university in 1972. What I know is that he has a professional “engineering degree” from that university registered in the Engineer Association in my country. But the translation of his degree does not say Doctor nor PhD, just electrical engineer. The certificate is in Hungarian with a translation to Spanish, but translation has no word of “Doctor” anywhere.

Another thing is that I find no record of any article nor paper nor publication from him on any journal. Well obviously I can not look for in Hungarian language.

When I finished my PhD (in math), I was registered in math genealogy project and I have one paper published on a reputable math journal.

Is there a web-page similar to Math Genealogy Project for electrical engineering?

I have also written to the university but have no reply until now. I do not know also if Hungarian Universities may release records of former students.

Is there anyway to verify that person really holds a doctorate? Or how can I prove he does not have it?

How to find out if someone holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Technical University of Budapest?
I know that the university changed its name to Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

The person in question is “Hector Felix Villarroel Pedrazas”. He claims he got a PhD in Electrical Engineering from that university in 1972. What I know is that he has a professional “engineering degree” from that university registered in the Engineer Association in my country. But the translation of his degree does not say Doctor nor PhD, just electrical engineer. The certificate is in Hungarian with a translation to Sapnish, but translation has no word of “Doctor” anywhere.

Another thing is that I find no record of any article nor paper nor publication from him on any journal.

When I finished my PhD (in math), I was register in math genealogy project and I have one paper published on a reputable math journal.

Is there a web-page similar to Math Genealogy Project for electrical engineering?

I have also written to the university but have no reply until now. I do not know also if Hungarian Universities may release records of former students.

Is there anyway to verify that person really holds a doctorate? Or how can I prove he does not have it?

Thank you.

I am a Spanish student who is intending to apply for a PhD in electrical engineering in some US colleges. As far as I read in the web pages of the graduate schools, they financially support all the students they admit to their programs.

Anyway, in the application program they ask for information about the external funding I am asking for. I will be asking for It, but the period to ask for is after the university application is over.

Also, lots of the fellowships i have seen are only for PhD students that are already in 2nd or 3rd year,while the TA and RAs are also starting from 2nd year(as far as I know), so I wonder how important is it to have the external funding to get accepted? And if I would not get It would I get funding from them?

Thanks!