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31 Indian students in New Zealand win excellence awards

These students are pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate study in fields releated to business, design or science and technology, engineering, and mathematics

What to do with a degree in Computer Science?

Do you ask a lot of questions and enjoy technology? Computer Science may be the way forward for you - see our handy guide!

5 Great Gaming Apps for Management Students

Bored of slogging through practice tests for your management entrance tests or just keen to train your brain? We think these 5 apps might be a perfect fix to train your brain and have some fun. Check them out below.

Maryam Mirzakhani, the genius in the Mathematics jungle

Educated in Iran and the US, this Stanford University professor blazed a trail for women in Mathematics.

How mobile technology can help us teach or study mathematics

When students can easily compare mathematical models or situations, it enhances their critical and mathematical thinking, and might also lead to greater cognitive risk-taking

Book Review: A Female Genius

A must read for computer history buffs and computer science students looking for female role models.

Book Review: Cracking the Cube

Explore why the Rubik's Cube, invented in the 1970s by a professor of architecture, continues to test the wits of college students, engineering professors, math wizards and 'speedcubers'

The Top 10 Careers that Didn′t Exist 10 Years Ago

What was the world like 10 years ago? India, Germany and France refused U.S. calls to send troops to Iraq. Pluto was still a planet. Facebook, iPhone apps and Twitter didnít even exist. It was also a time when many jobs being advertised today simply didn't exist...

Book Review: Mathematical Mindsets

Stanford University Professor Jo Boaler's book provides a proven, practical roadmap to mathematics success for any student at any age

'The single most important thing for aspiring MBAs is to be ready to learn'

Only around 6% of applicants get into the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Dean Jonathan Levin talks about what the school looks for in students, and what it offers them.

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