people of Blind
I need a cheap masters in the usa(living outside the usa )
in a not cult fucked up university with a budget around 10k usd , is there any?
people of Blind
- University of the People offers an accredited MBA for less than $3,000.
- I don't see anything wrong with studying at a non-profit uni. It's nationally accredited, and people DO transfer their credits to other unis. What "regionally" accredited are you talking about? o.O
"The Microsoft guy says it’s not regionally accredited" :D ... Jesus... Why not go and get a masters at the "Microsoft guy" uni lol.
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- SAP ThatGuy3With that budget, your best bet is to get Instate tuition based on TA or RA position.
Most of the public universities in US offers in state tuition to international students who work as TA or RA on campus. ( In addition to salary of 1000 - 1500 $ a month ).
However, this positions can be competitive and may require hustling for a semester or two before you can find your way into it.
If you're interested to pursue theases with your master's, you may be able to find the RA position along with your admission later. For that, I would recommend reaching out to the professor while applying.
Also, while studying here, you can probably get internship for the summer, which do pay well and offset some of the tuition for your studies.
I know people who went into inexpensive universities, and their net cost ( accounting for what they earn due to their on campus jobs and internship) was about 10000 $.
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- Salesforce OHANA GANGmoreSorry, every Master's program I know is at a "cult fucked up" university
- Georgia tech, or Uni of Florida. Both have remote masters. Georgia I think is 16k, and Florida 12-14k last time I checked.
If you want a no-name uni, but nationally accredited, try "University of the people", it's legit, strict, not a degree mill. Relatively new and no-name, but a good place with good intentions. Bachelors fully online is 4k, and masters is probably 4k or even 2k. It's a "per exam" pricing, there is no tuition fee, all teachers are volunteers from other unis around the world (my current teacher of one course is from Turkey for example).
Check the accreditation and their readmes.
- oh and by the way, you can transfer their credits anywhere, like one testimony they host on homepage of a girl who transferred to UC Berkley to complete her degree and get a nice logo of Berkley on her degree :) you can use the uni as a point accumulation and then transfer wherever you want - you can even pick the 45 points and go to Stanford (they allow max 45 to bring).