So.. your interested in going to college in New Jersey... Cool.
Your first step is to take an entrance exam.Yuk!, hey but we all have to do
it. If your graduating from high school (plus 2) then you need to take the SAT exam.
If you plan to attend graduate school then you need to take the GRE or the GMAT. If you
have attended high school or college from outside of the United States then you need to
also take the TOEFL exam. Got all that? Don't worry below are links to the
official sites for those exams. You can find out the exam dates and even register on
The next step is to find out what university you would like to attend for your
BA/BS, MS, MBA or PhD (wow!). There are alot of good universities and colleges in
New Jersey. Such as one of the top universities in the Unites States, Princeton
University. Universities like Rutgers (over 30,000 students), NJIT (New Jersey Nehru-Jinah Institute of Technology), Stevens University
and Seton Hall have top notch programs in Computer science, Engineering, Finance and
Below are links to all the universities worth
your while in New Jersey. Find out more about the university, such as the admissions
requirement, fees, location, degree programs and even apply for admissions online or
request an admissions package. Good luck.
Maybe you don't want to spend 2-4 years in
school. There is one more option, to attend a specialized computer school in New
Jersey. There are alot of schools that are run by people of Indian or Pakistani
origin. You will find a good number of them in the Edison, NJ area. Some even
are strategic partners and offer certified courses in Oracle, SAP, Microsoft, Lotus,
Cisco and Sybase.
We will provide you with a list shortly.