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How to get into Oxford, Cambridge & the Ivy Leagues: Braingainmag.com Student Session

July 22, 2019 |

What are the secrets to getting into the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge or one of the U.S. elite Ivy League institutions (Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, Brown University)? Kavita Singh, CEO of FutureWorks Consulting - a graduate of both the University of Oxford and Columbia University, and Akanksha Bapna, CEO of Evaldesign - and an alumna of Harvard University and the University of Cambridge, spoke to students about their application strategies for admission.

Braingainmag.com held a series of six student sessions at The Imperial Hotel, New Delhi, in February 2014.

Are you a Snowplow or Lawn-Mower Parent?

It's time to embark on some introspection as the US college scandal exposes the criminal extent some parents will go to behave like lawn mowers: mow down every obstacle or difficulty their children may have to face.

The US Advantage: Numerous, Top-Notch, Economics Programs

Gita Gopinath, Harvards newest tenured professor of economics says South Asian students mulling over studying economics abroad should give the US their best shot as the country has a real advantage in offering high quality education through a breadth of courses at numerous, competent institutions. She also says there are many good departments in the top 50 US universities offering strong undergrad programs apart from those at the highly coveted Ivy League schools.

Game of Thrones fires up medieval studies at US colleges

Harvard University, Boston College, University of California and Virginia Tech are offering medieval studies courses inspired by the Game of Thrones.

Why a Business Savvy Doctor with a MD-MBA Degree is in Demand

Doctors with MBA degrees enjoy an edge when it comes to hospital administration and becoming leaders of large health-related organizations.

Studying Medicine Around the World

Getting into medical schools in the U.S. and U.K. becoming increasingly difficult. Not only does entry into these schools require very high grades and facing tough competition, but the tuition fees are often impossible to meet. Here are a couple of other countries whose medical schools you could consider instead.

How to get into Oxford, Cambridge, or the Ivy Leagues

Is getting admission into Oxbridge or an Ivy League university one of your goals this admissions season? Fear not, braingainmag.com brings you tried and tested advice from those in the know.

Why Harvard Professor Gita Gopinath is a good fit as IMF Chief Economist

Gopinath, who will bring fresh thinking to the IMF in dealing with challenges of capital flows and exchange-rates, earlier talked to Braingainmag.com about her journey and the US advantage in education.

New York's Unusual Flatiron School Catches Silicon Valley's eye

After the 12-week intensive coding program Flatiron graduates land jobs at places like Google and Kickstarter with average starting salaries of $74,447.

Book Review: Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be

This quick read can be soothing for stressed-out students and their parents with tips for surviving college admissions mania.

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