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Education USA - Why is USA the Most Popular Education Destination?

BrainGain magazine met with Education USA advisors, Ms. Renuka Raja Rao, and Dr. Zafeena Suresh, to discuss why the USA is the first choice for most international students. This is the first of a two part article.

Book Review: What Do You Think, Mr. Ramirez?

While weighing the value of humanities courses, the book says the concept of humanities is one of America’s biggest contributions to higher education.

Uncovering Traditions of Yoga: Q & A with James Mallinson

James Mallinson is not just a lecturer in Sanskrit & Classical Indian Studies at the School of Oriental & African Studies, but also, a yoga expert and a Mahant. Read about his experience researching ancient traditions of yoga in India.

Here's why London is the number one city for university students

London is a top destination not only for tourists but also international students. What makes the city tick? Find out.

Apply Now for New Zealand's Elite Commonwealth Scholarships

The New Zealand Government is offering Commonwealth Scholarships to Indian students who will commence Masters and PhD courses in 2018. Find out more below.

Franco Indian Education Trust invites applications for the Amba Dalmia Scholarships for Women

The trust will offer a monthly stipend and fee waiver to Indian women who want to study in France in the fields of Arts, Sports, Dance, Music, and Gastronomy.

A simple guide to higher education in France

What is the difference between a Lycee and a Grande Ecole? Are all degrees taught only in French? Which subjects are popular among international students? Here is your simple guide to French higher education.

5 Great Postgraduate Courses in Heritage Conservation

BrainGain magazine brings you 5 universities which offer great postgraduate courses in heritage conservation. Read more below.

How useful is a creative writing degree? And 5 more answers from the University of Dundee

Are you curious about creative writing programs? Do you wonder if a degree is what it takes to become a first class writer? Or do you feel creativity can not be taught? These questions and more are answered by two of Dundee’s leading lights – Kirsty Gunn and Gail Low.

New Zealand universities invite applications for 35 scholarships

All 8 universities in the country are offering a total of 35 scholarships for a range of graduate and postgraduate programmes starting in February 2018.

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