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Getting a Job after University

Ensuring that students get a job after higher studies means institutions of higher education will have to be increasingly flexible and demand-driven in order to survive and grow, say Canadian and American representatives from college and university associations.

A university-industry partnership in Canada is developing a low-cost fix for self-driving wheelchairs

Since its invention, the wheelchair has seen barely any technological improvements. Here’s how artificial intelligence experts at the University of Toronto and Cyberworks Robotics are changing all that.

Science research funding for international undergraduates in Canada

If you're enrolled for full-time study in Canada, here’s a chance to work with doctoral scholars in Germany

'Creative destruction fits well with the spirit and nature of our work'

Engineer, economist and business studies professor Ajay Agrawal explains how the University of Toronto’s Creative Destruction Lab helps campus innovators commercialize research breakthroughs.

5 Reasons to study in Canada

Academically, financially, and professionally, it's a good deal

What it takes to study nanotechnology: Q&A with Prof. Ted Sargent

What does it take to study, and build a career in, nanotechnology? Prof. Ted Sargent from the University of Toronto speaks to BrainGain Magazine.

Apply Now for the Mitacs Globalink Research Internships

Applications for the Mitacs Globalink Research Internships 2017 are now open. Read more below.

What is the Common App for college admissions, and how does it work?

The Common Application for 2017-18 is live now. You can use it to apply to nearly 700 colleges and universities in the US, Canada, China, and some countries in Europe. Here’s how it works

The BC Jobs Plan and how it matches training with opportunity

November 19, 2017 |
Hon'ble Amrik Virk is the Minister of Advanced Education, British Columbia (BC), Canada. He chatted with braingainmag.com in New Delhi on what BC has to offer international students and the BC Jobs Plan which is a data driven analysis of the labor needs of the province.

How 2 Indian students in Canada are helping disabled children walk like 'Iron Man'

The students, with backgrounds in engineering and management, built a robotic exoskeleton to help a young relative escape life in a wheelchair. Their project is now a full-time business

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