Discover Studying Abroad
|
|
TAG >> Anandamayee Singh
 
( 24 Articles Found )

Worried about financing your studies abroad? We have great advice!

Higher education can be expensive, but money should never stop you from applying to the university of your dreams.

IESE Barcelona tops the Financial Times list of top 50 executive programs for the fifth year in a row

The Financial Times 2019 list of executive programs points to some interesting trends in diversity and program design

Resources to combat on-campus sexual violence as an international student

Facing the aftermath of sexual harassment and assault on campus can be terrifying. Here are some resources for students around the world combatting on campus sexual violence.

′Students need to broaden their search beyond the top 100 and start applying to other countries′

Regional coordinator for university and career guidance in China and Hong Kong, John Yi Liu talks about how the U.S.- China trade war has impacted Chinese high school students drawn to the American dream.

How do you strike a balance between sports and studies? Q&A with NCR topper and student-athlete Achintya Krishna

NCR topper and point guard for the NBA Academy, Achintya Krishna talks about how he brings focus and discipline into his performance on and off the court.

Stanford Human Centered Artificial Intelligence Institute is looking for research fellows

Stanford HAI will be the perfect springboard for young researchers eager to contribute to marrying humanity with AI.

4 beer brewing courses for the aspiring microbrewery owner

What’s better than kicking back after a long day at work with a chilled glass of beer? Perhaps brewing the beer yourself.

Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design invites you to apply for its award-winning Product Design programme

Interested in product design, and/or higher education in Scotland? Consider this offering from University of Dundee’s highly ranked Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design

How to make friends in college

College can be lonely at first, but these tips will help find your future besties. They’ll all work, I swear.

What the China-US trade war has meant for international students

China and the U.S. may have called for a truce, but international students are still impacted by their economic tussle

PAGE 1 OF 3 | NEXT >

ADVERTISEMENT

Sign Up for latest updates and Newsletter

x