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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.

5 top-ranking graduate programs in Statistics and why you should get a degree in the subject

The 9th annual World Statistics Day is on 20th October 2018. If you’re wondering about careers in Statistics, best graduate degrees in Statistics, and programs in applied Statistics, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got 5 awesome options for you.

Mathematics to study Economics

Mathematics courses are essential for students interested in Economics. Take lots and lots of undergraduate math courses if you are considering doctoral studies in the US, advises Arvind Panagariya, Professor of Economics and the Jagdish Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy in the School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA), at Columbia University.

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

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.

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!

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'

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