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"Everything We Do in Class Will Need to Have a Real-World Implication"

Sandy Hooda, Co-Founder of Vega Schools, spoke to BrainGain magazine about education, evolving classrooms, and the future of jobs. Read more below.

If you′re eligible for an OPT extension, you need to act fast

The US extended the optional practical training period for science, technology, engineering, and math degree students from 17 to 24 months earlier this year. Here’s how to grab the opportunity.

Can South Asian Students Still Live the American Dream?

Students the world over have always looked at the US as the land of opportunity, but it has become a nation of fragile dreams for foreign students as the economic slowdown has curtailed the use of H-1B visas.

5 top technical skills that will make your CV stand out

With the increasing level of competition in jobs, just brandishing an undergraduate degree doesn’t ensure that your CV makes the cut. What better to bring to the table than technical skills? We give you 5 that are in great demand.

7 reasons to study in France

How many places offer you a top-notch education for a tuition fee of €600 a year?

Straight Talk: Finding a Job After a Degree

Study at a college where faculty is accessible and you can build up to a career post-degree, says Pushkar.

Creative Technology Careers: 5 Questions with Darryn Melrose of Media Design School

Darryn Melrose, Chief Executive of Media Design School, spoke to BrainGain magazine about the school, its courses, outcomes and graduates. Read more below.

5 simple steps to make the most of life after university

We recommend 5 simple steps so you can transition into ‘real’ life once you’ve got that degree.

Roy Newey: Promoting Skills and Employment

English-born entrepreneur, Roy Newey has worked for more than 30 years in over 80 countries to promote skills - driven by the belief that every human being has a right to the indelible sense of self-worth that only work enables.

How to get the most out of studying abroad

Alan Kerzner, CEO of the Institute for Global Student Success, says mentorship can help international students be more productive in their new study and work culture

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