Yocket’s Grad School Finder is tool specially designed for Yocket users. You can enter your prefered course, academic details, exam results, essay and extra curricular ratings and get a specially curated list of universities for your profile.Read More
Our developers here at Yocket have worked especially hard to come up with this feature. We use big data and artificial intelligence to help predict the chances of you getting an admit from a university for a particular course. You can use this feature along with our grad school finder or click on the course of your choice on the University’s review page!Read More
This feature can be used to compare two or more universities. It displays comparisons based on Cost of studying, Scholarships, Weather, Location, Ranking, and so much more!!.Read More
Given is a set of universities, third parties and government institutions that offer scholarship opportunities to international students wanting to pursue their studies abroad.Read More
The Undergrad College Finder is a great way to commence your journey to your dream University for your Bachelors. You just have to enter your Test Scores (SAT/ACT scores, average of your scores in High School) and fill your Academic Profile (name of the Board and latest Institute attended) and thereafter get a specially curated list of the 12 Universities for your profile, classified under Ambitious, Target & Safe.Read More
Clemson University is a public research university located in Clemson in South Carolina. It was founded in 1889 and has an overall enrollment of over 20,000 students, a large number of which are part of the engineering and science school. Although it’s considered an easy-to-get-into university for courses like Computers and Electrical for an above average profile, it’s quite highly recommended for courses that have field related work such as Mechanical and Civil. The U.S. News and & World Report ranked the Clemson university 23rd among the top public national universities and 7th nationally among “happiest students” according to Princeton Review.