Hi, I'm posting this in order to gain some advice. I'm currently completing my final year of engineering from one of the most prestigious institutes in India. However, the equivalent of my major (Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science) is not what I'm interested at in all. Over the course of my stay in the institute I got interested in Biology, and am completing a minor in it. I took up some biology lab work in my second year summer, that essentially involved wet lab work in genetics. Currently, I'm doing an internship at the University of Florida, again in the field of genetics, however, more on the computational path. While neither Biology or CS is my major, I've a decent background in coding due to my engineering degree, and have done courses in Biology before. That and this experience in the field as an intern has given me a good understanding of it, which I have (and still am) supplement through reading things and doing courses online. At this point, I'm really interested in pursuing grad school in Bioinformatics or Computational Biology, and feel like these areas offer problems that interest me the most.
What I was wondering was, what the prospects for this would be with the background that I mentioned?