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QS World Grad School Tour Comes to India

Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), which provides one of the best known university ratings in the world, brings the World Grad School Tour to India this week.
BY Braingain Staff Writer |   26-11-2013
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The Tour starts 24 November in Mumbai and brings together 49 different universities from around the world. It is set to move between six cities – Chennai, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, New Delhi and Pune. Representatives from the universities will be in attendance, providing an excellent means to getting firsthand information about applications, benefits and funding opportunities at the institution in question.

Which universities are coming?

George Washington University (U.S.A.), Kings College London (U.K.), HEC School of Management, Paris (France) and Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University  (China) are just some of the schools coming for the Indian branch of the Tour.

Who is this for?

The Tour is specifically geared towards the interests and information needs of students seeking to pursue graduate studies abroad. Students enrolled in undergraduate programs, or working professionals seeking advice and guidance on further education. The Tour’s program includes a GRE workshop, which will share test-taking strategies and tips for getting a good score.

What are the perks of attending?

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Besides the obvious goals of gathering information and GRE tips, registering for and attending the Tour sessions will provide you an exclusive lower rate loan for studies abroad from Credila. The first 100 registered attendees will also be given the latest QS World University Rankings Report and the QS Top Grad School Guide 2013. Attending students will also receive exclusive scholarship opportunities, cumulatively worth U.S. $ 1.2 million.

What should I know before going ahead with this?

Registration is absolutely free, and there are no additional costs for workshops or sessions. It’s best to do some sort of preliminary research before you come in, so you can have focused discussions with representatives. If you have some idea of where you might want to study, maximize your time with agents from that campus, and learn more from the experts about what these places are looking for in prospective students. Dress smart and impress them; you want your future campus to think you’re serious about them!

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