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A Preview of the Mahatma: Mohandas at the Inns of Court

The Gandhi who went to study Law in London was a boy who aspired to be a gentleman. He wore flannel with white collars and sleeves, took dancing lessons, and dined at clubs. He was also a dedicated son, staying true to his vow of vegetarianism and chastity. Did he show any signs of the Mahatma he would one day become?

Calling Indian graduates: applications now open for University of Southampton′s GREAT Scholarships 2019

The scholarships will cover full tuition fee for select postgraduate programmes in Luxury Brand Management, Entrepreneurships, Actuarial Science, Data Science among others.

The One-Page Resume Rule does not Apply to Law School

Strong recommendation letters from those who know you closely, academically and professionally, and a truly detailed resume that lists your work experience, skill set and achievements could tip the scales in your favor when applying to top bracket law schools says a leading law school consultant.

Essays by Real University of Washington Pre-Law Students

Most law schools require a personal statement. Others may allow a diversity statement and/or an addendum.

What degree will get you a job?

Not sure what to study? Take a look at the traditional options.

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.

How to write a unique law school essay

The essay shouldn’t necessarily be a “Here is why I want to be a lawyer essay,” but there should be some indication as to why you are interested in a legal career. Tell the admissions committee something about yourself and your life. Use prose to draw readers in and keep them interested, says Derek Meeker, a senior law school consultant.

Book Review: If it Does Not Fit, Must you Acquit?

Ever dreamed of becoming a lawyer – or at least learning about the U.S. legal system? Well here's a funny way to start.

A simple guide to the higher education system in Germany

What’s the difference between a ‘university’ and a ‘university of applied science’? Can international students get scholarships? Do you need to know German? Do you need to take the GRE?

Transfer to Hofstra University - a move in the right direction

Hofstra considers transfer candidates on a rolling basis, and encourages prospective students to apply early, especially if they are interested in campus housing and scholarships. It offers comprehensive academic advisement before course registration and throughout the Hofstra experience

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