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Happy Halloween: 5 ghost stories from universities that will drive chills up your spine

You’ve heard about party schools but have you heard about spooky schools? We’re celebrating Halloween at BrainGain Magazine by sharing great ghost stories from international universities (because grades aren’t spooky enough)!

5 transferable skills that will boost your value in the job market

Transferable skills are those that you have built up over the years, and can go a long way in persuading the recruiters that you are right for the job.

It's all about us parents: 5 important things to consider before sending your child to study abroad

On World Parent’s Day, here is Julia Regul Singh talking about how her parents helped her successfully study abroad and what you can do to help your child along on this journey of a lifetime.

3 simple steps to choosing the right university

Confused about how to choose the university that’s right for you? Here are 3 simple steps – given by students of the University of Toronto. Good luck!

5 amazing poets that you need to read

They’re all women. And none of them are Rupi Kaur.

10 quick facts about world-famous physicist Stephen Hawking

On 14th March 2018, British physicist Stephen Hawking passed away. BrainGain magazine brings you 10 quick facts.

5 money tips for a smooth transition into university life in the UK

These are 5 nifty tips for you to make your money last as you transition to university life in the UK

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.

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.

5 tips for planning your study abroad journey

Here's some great advice from World Education Services (WES) on how to get organized as you plan your studies abroad.

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