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Director's Cut: 8 questions with top film maker Gurinder Chadha

A deep dive into filmmaking and creating powerful personal stories with 'Viceroy's House' writer and director Gurinder Chadha.

Artist Interview: 7 Questions with Painter Gazala Chinwalla

Gazala talks about creating evocative contemporary art and her training in Parsons School of Design, in New York and the School of Visual Arts.

Apply Now for New Zealand's Elite Commonwealth Scholarships

The New Zealand Government is offering Commonwealth Scholarships to Indian students who will commence Masters and PhD courses in 2018. Find out more below.

How Amiruddin Shah pirouetted his way from Mumbai's slums to the Royal Ballet School

The son of a welder, Shah had a perfect arch, which won him a three-year scholarship into one of the world’s most prestigious ballet schools in London.

Love to dance? Here's how you can turn your passion into a degree and a career

The US offers college-level dance programs, internships and job opportunities to prepare you for the professional dance world.

In Conversation with Bollywood Writer-Director: Anurag Kashyap

Writer-director Anurag Kashyap shot his critically acclaimed film, That Girl in Yellow Boots in thirteen days, in an industry where it takes longer to shoot a Bollywood song. Every once in a while the indie auteur drops a surprise on the movie going public: a brilliant, yet modestly budgeted film about a subject that hardly fits the Bollywood mould.

University of Exeter offers funding for doctoral studies in global history

The department, ranked in the top 5 in the UK and top 50 worldwide, has two research centers for world history, and dozens of scholarships

International students are starting to pick France over the US and the UK. Here's why.

France is showing international students some love. And they’re giving it love right back. Proof? The numbers are up 4.5% since 2016 according to the Ministry of Education report.

8 Qs on Stage Management with Jacqui Findlay

Are you excited by the prospect of being on your toes in a dynamic & creative work space? If yes, you could train to be a stage manager. We spoke to Jacqui Findlay of Birmingham City University about what it takes to be a stage manager and what the programme at BCU offers.

Here's why London is the number one city for university students

London is a top destination not only for tourists but also international students. What makes the city tick? Find out.

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