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NJIT collaborates with Facebook to boost opportunities for women and minorities

New Jersey Institute of Technology students have been given an opportunity to participate in Facebook’s Engineer-in-Residence Program whose primary objective is to increase the number of women and minorities entering the high-tech world.

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NJIT graduating students average three job offers prior to graduation

New Jersey Institute of Technology graduating students get an average of three job offers prior to graduation, according to NJIT President Joel Bloom. This comment came on the heels of the release of 2019 College Salary Report by Payscale which placed NJIT in the top 2% all over the United States.

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NJIT now in the Top 100 National Universities in the United States, up almost 50 places in the last 2 years

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is now among the Top 100 national universities in the United States, placing #97 in the 2020 U.S. News & World Report released early this month.

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NJIT researchers simulate the Deepwater Horizon Spill to benefit other researchers

The New Jersey Institute of Technology, a highly-ranked and multi-awarded research institute in the United States, is spearheading the largest-ever simulation of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico to determine more precisely where hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil have dispersed following the drilling rig’s explosion.

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NJIT’s finance graduate Priya Ravi lands job at global firm Goldman Sachs

Finance major Priya Ravi, who graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Bachelor of Science in Business on 21 May, is set to start her career at Goldman Sachs, a global investment banking, securities and investment management firm this July. Priya will join the global company’s finance division in Jersey City. She will be part…

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2019 NJIT Career Fair brings employers and jobseekers together

This year’s Career Fair brought together at least 2,200 students and alumni as well as 212 companies at New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Wellness and Events Centre. Organised by NJIT’s Career Development Services, the Spring 2019 Career Fair brought in a big number of employers who participated for the first time and saw an opportunity to…

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NJIT’s Forensic Science program eyed to advance New Jersey’s forensic science education

New Jersey Institute of Technology’s newly-introduced forensic science undergraduate program – the only one in New Jersey – has been well-received by its top law enforcement officials and leaders within the state’s forensic science communities. According to Dr. Mathew Wood, director of the Forensic Sciences Laboratory at the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office, the introduction of the…

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NJIT named among Best Global Universities list, research funding now at US$170M

New Jersey Institute of Technology has been ranked among the only four universities in New Jersey to make it to the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 Best Global Universities list. The three others universities are Princeton, Rutgers-New Brunswick and Rutgers-Newark. The U.S. News & World Report’s Best Global Universities has cited NJIT as one of…

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NJIT jumps to #2 in Best Civil Engineering Programs nationwide

New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) program was recently ranked #2 in the U.S. by an outcomes-based data analytics and research company, College Factual. Out of the 206 programs evaluated, NJIT jumped six places from last year, landing behind Georgia Tech (1) and ahead of MIT (3). The university’s CEE program…

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NJIT’s pride: Biomedical engineer Tara Alvarez soars with awards and research breakthroughs

Biomedical engineer Tara Alvarez was given an opportunity to shine and build a brilliant career when she joined New Jersey Institute of Technology. She soared from one research breakthrough to another, garnering awards along the way. She then steered the spotlight on an institution that values excellence, integrity, civility, social responsibility, diversity and communication as…

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NJIT jumps 34 spots in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Colleges rankings

New Jersey Institute of Technology soared 34 spots higher in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 Best Colleges rankings which was released this month. It jumped from 140th to 106th place out of over 1,800 top colleges and universities in the United States. “This is a very significant development especially for our international students…

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NJIT alumnus named NJBIZ 2018 Forty under 40 winner

New Jersey Innovation Institute (NJII) Government Affairs and Finance Director Balavignesh “Bala” Thirumalainambi, a New Jersey Institute of Technology alumnus, has been named a NJBIZ 2018 Forty Under 40 Winner. NJBIZ’s Forty Under 40 award recognises notable movers and shakers of the New Jersey business community that have achieved professional excellence at a young age,…

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PayScale 2018 Report ranks NJIT among Top 50 for return on tuition investment

The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) is worth the tuition investment for international students and their parents. PayScale’s College ROI Report: Best Value Colleges for 2018 ranked NJIT as among the Top 50 colleges and universities with a high return on tuition investment, with salaries averaging from US$65,000 to US$85,000 annually based on the…

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Living the American dream: NJIT graduates top Forbes salary list

The “American Dream” is still alive. That is, based on the 2018 Forbes report which highlights the data provided by The Equality of Opportunity Project. In this report, the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) tops the ranks of highest-paid graduates from Forbes’ list of top 100 best value colleges in the United States. NJIT…

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NJIT advances bone grafting, wins first QED award

The University City Science Center, through its QED Proof-of-Concept Program, recently awarded a $100,000 grant to Treena Arinzeh, Ph.D., the director of NJIT’s Tissue Engineering and Applied Biomaterials Laboratory for inventing a bioactive composite matrix that potentially reduces the recovery time and cost associated with bone graft procedures. This marks the first QED award ever…

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NJIT-IBM partnership promotes ‘new collar' skills training

Since the fall 2017 semester, NJIT has been offering courses to students who want to become business intelligence analysts, business process analysts, and predictive analyst modellers. This is the result of the partnership between NJIT’s Martin Tuchman School of Management and IBM’s Global University Programs through the school’s adoption of the IBM Skills Academy Program.…

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NJIT's MS in Management is now STEM-eligible

The New Jersey Institute of Technology’s (NJIT) Master of Science in Management (MSM) program is now designated as a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) degree. That means international students interested in Business Analytics, Global Project Management, or Web Systems Media—the MSM’s three areas of concentration—may avail of the Optional Practical Training (OPT) extension inherent…

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Almuni success stories at NJIT

Sisters Jelena and Jovana Stijovic relocated from Serbia to New Jersey at just 16 and 15 years of age, respectively. The siblings acclimatised quickly to New Jersey’s vibrant multicultural community and found themselves enrolled in NJIT’s Newark College of Engineering after graduating from community college. Earlier this year, they both graduated with degrees in industrial…

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NJIT lecturer receives America's highest honour for public service

New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) aims to accelerate the life sciences, innovation and entrepreneurship by offering students the opportunity to study one of 128 undergraduate and graduate degree programs across six specialised schools. The faculty at the institution play an important part in students’ education, providing relevant, industry-based examples and lessons, and more than…

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NJIT welcomes students for fall 2017

This is the second in a series of articles for incoming students to the fall 2017 semester at our U.S. partner institutions. This series is intended to help answer any questions students or recruitment partners may have about what international students need to do to prepare for a smooth transition into their studies in America.…

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