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Lack of trust and risk to reputation: Why US universities avoid using recruitment agents

US universities and colleges are more cautious in using student recruitment agencies than their counterparts in other countries, according to a recent survey

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.

Studying Dentistry in Canada as a mature student: Q&A with Dr. Shilpi Tandon

Dr. Tandon, an Indian dentist who moved to Canada and is enrolled in the International Dentist Advanced Placement Program, talks about the challenges and opportunities for a mature student abroad.

PhD in Canada: A dilemma for International Students

Every year, thousands of international students are encouraged to embark upon undergraduate and graduate studies at Canadian institutes of higher education. Indeed, the drive amongst Canadian universities to attract top-quality international students in greater numbers is intensifying. And yet, there is a significant systemic problem for those international students in the arts and humanities who undertake doctoral studies in Canada.

We want the world's best engineers, says Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau

He says Canada values diversity in science and engineering, is investing $125 mn in its strategy for artificial intelligence research and talent, and plans to make the visa process easier

Rotman School launches master's in Management Analytics

Developed in consultation with industry experts, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they apply to multi-faceted managerial problems

Kolkata college students win 10-day study trip to Canada

Two lucky students get to go to the Alberta School of Business in Edmonton

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

University of Toronto launches School of Cities: 7 Qs with President Gertler

President Meric Gertler of University of Toronto speaks to BrainGain Magazine about the newly launched School of Cities and the exciting opportunities it offers.

The Cushier Way To Study In Canada

An unusual initiative by one of the more prosperous provinces in Canada offers students the opportunity to reclaim up to CAD 20,000 of their tuition fees if they stay on in the province after graduate studies and work for a few years. Bordered on the west by Alberta and on the east by Manitoba, Saskatchewan is a picturesque prairie province in Canada. One of ten of the country’s provinces, it takes the lead in terms of economic growth and offers some of the easiest ways of being a student in Canada.

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