Working As A Biomedical Engineer in Apple

22 January 2020 I was interviewed by Apple for the Manufacturing Engineer Graduate Role in Cork, Ireland. The job profile required a Biomedical engineer graduate with experience in Computer-Aided Design (CAD), exposure to manufacturing and knowledge of lean six sigma for operational excellence. A few of my readers asked me if the technology giants like […]

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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid In Your Statement of Purpose (SoP)

Mistakes in your Statement of Purpose (SoP) or Personal Statement for a postgraduate programme can mar your dreams. For the past 1 year, right after entering grad school, I have reviewed over 20 SoPs. Time and again, I come across silly mistakes that candidates make in their SoPs which may hurt their chances. This article […]

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How Much Does It Cost To Apply To Foreign Universities?

Pursuing post-graduation in a foreign university involves a significant investment of time and money. Since the application process requires Letters of Recommendations from professors and your employers, you have to pester those people time and again. Disclaimer: This post is relevant only to the postgraduate applicants and may not be a great resource for undergraduate […]

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A Falling Rupee May Hurt Your American Dream: MS In US

Amit, a student of Indian Institute of Technology Varanasi, aspires for a career in computational mechanics. He is inclined towards pursuing MS in USA because of the excellent research opportunities that the US universities provide. Further, the R&D job prospects that he is unlikely to get in India excites him. He is planning to join […]

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