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Australia's top research universities propose special visa for international PhDs

A bilateral task force set up by the elite Group of Eight consortium has drafted an action plan to strengthen academic and research ties between Australia and India.

How poisonous creatures can help us grow food and treat disease

Research into venom from deadly spiders and snakes is helping scientists develop biopesticides and drugs.

Demonetization hurting Indian students bound for Australia

Delays in bank loans for higher studies may prevent thousands from heading out in February, according to a new report, but things could ease up in six months

Lawyer, Lecturer, Author: 9 Questions with Krishna Udayasankar

A diverse career path precedes this writer, who is now best known for authoring the first in what is to become a series of mythological fantasy books – The Aryavarta Chronicles Book 1: Govinda.

Top 10 international universities ranked according to graduate employability

The top 10 universities for employability are scattered across five different countries. Five of them are in the US - and no, Harvard isn't one of them!

Bond University Combines Fun and Sunshine with a World Class Education and Accelerated Career

Bond University was recently awarded more 5 star ratings than any other university in Australia, by the Good Universities Guide. Here's why Bond University is one of the best.

World Teachers' Day: Why should you learn to teach?

On World Teachers' Day, we think about why teachers matter.

Getting Accepted into an Australian Medical School

Medical schools all over the world are tough to get into but entry into Australian medical schools is not as simple as achieving the highest marks in year 12 or obtaining high distinction in undergrad studies. You also need to do very well at an aptitude test and then shine brightly at the interview. No wonder that more than half of Australia’s Nobel laureates are from the field of medicine!

Discover Sports Skills Training in Odisha with Australia's Centurion University

Australia’s Centurion University will establish a Sports Skills Training Centre in Odisha, the first in India to utilize a wide range of sports, fitness, wellness, and lifestyle courses focusing on applied learning and vocational skills.

How to be a good architect - Q & A with Prof. Lochhead

BrainGain Magazine spoke to Prof. Helen Lochhhead, Dean of Faculty of Built Environment at University of New South Wales, Sydney, about how to choose a progamme, interdisciplinary learning, and faculty.

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