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Greendale Community College
MIT, Harvard, Stanford, yada yada, all really good. Good luck getting in though..
He knows that USA dont permit foreigners to work on any aerospace company, right?
So, why would he go to a USA university if he will never be able to enter the market on USA?
cambodia university of health sciences
depends on what he wants to do
honestly any state school [state name] State University or University of [State name] is really all you need to be successful when finding a decent job. They're all to a certain level of education and because there are like 1000 universities in America, people really only the super big ones and the local ones. If you go to like, Ohio State University and want to get a job in California, people will probably hold it in higher regard than like, Case Western Reserve, which is a college highly regarded in Ohio but not very well known outside of the region
unless he wants to work for NASA or Tesla or some shit, then probably shit like Ivy League, Stanford, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, etc. might be needed but I don't know jack shit about that stuff, i'm not an engineer
Just forget it and major in accounting
dont u need citizenship to apply for a job in us aerospace industry? gl with that
MIT by far if he's qualified enough, but good luck getting in. Stanford as well.
I'm pretty sure most state-schools are pretty well funded beyond that, it doesn't necessarily have to be an ivy-league
I'd say avoid Canada, our engineering programs are relatively underfunded compared to the US and there are no companies hiring in co-ops or internships right now
Might wanna leave the country quick before he gets accused of blasphemy
Embry-Riddle is a dedicated aerospace school, possibly a good idea to check it out
MIT or the University of Michigan
You cant be in rocket engineering in the usa as a non citizen
Obviously you have all the famous Ivys, tech schools like MIT, and big public unis like Michigan or UCLA or whatever but if you're grades are shit and you can't get in try Purdue. Unironically one of the best aerospace programs in the country but it's way cheaper, easier to get into, and you don't have to deal with as many braindead Cali or Northeastern radlib college students
pakistani doing aerospace engineering ah yes
Ivy leagues and some state universities like WSU.
I think Cornell, Virginia Tech, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and maybe even Rutgers are pretty good
as if HLTV is the best website for this, XD
on a serious note if he lives in Canada it will be good if he gets into an Canadian university which cater to these courses, check for good universities/colleges in Canada