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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.

5 Management Degrees with an Innovative Edge

BrainGain magazine brings you 5 management degrees which offer out of the box specialisations. Read more below.

5 top law degrees from Europe

If you are considering a career in law, why not look at degrees in Europe? Here are our 5 top picks.

France is keen to welcome back international students

As higher education destinations consider opening their doors to international students, France takes the lead.

7 reasons to study in France

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

Study in France Education Fair 2016: a great opportunity for international students

Campus France is organizing the 2016 Education Fair in Chandigarh, Chennai, Bangalore and Kochi. To find out more, read below.

"Innovation without creating value is only a fad," Q&A with Prof. Alain Goudey

Speaker, professor and entrepreneur Alain Goudey talks about humanoid robots, sonic branding, innovating and value in technology etc.

Letter from Campus, Lille, France, Agriculture education

There’s a time in the year where men paint their faces, pull on brightly coloured stockings, bizarre wigs, jewellery and clothes borrowed from grandmothers. It's not some cross-dressing competition, but a carnival ‘le Carnaval de Dunkerque’, which occurs every February in a coastal town close to Lille. Even the ladies don bizarre outfits. Everyone joins the parade dancing across town, singing traditional tunes, carrying colourful umbrellas to catch fish thrown by the Mayor from his office. - Vidyun Rathore

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!

Here are 5 great places to study literature in France

Imagine reading Proust by the river Seine with a glass of red wine in one hand, and a slice of Brie in the other. Read this article to find the perfect literature course in France and make that image a reality for you.

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