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Hofstra University: Where You Are Meant to Be

Small class sizes and exciting, fulfilling on-campus programs are led by a supportive faculty and staff. And, Hofstra's close proximity to Manhattan allows students to take advantage of various cultural aspects, internship experiences and networking opportunities.

Cooper Union plans to bring back free tuition for all undergraduates

Cooper Union has come up with a plan to provide full undergraduate scholarships to all its students in the near future.

Full Tuition Aid at Cooper Union

Cooper Union is the Holy Grail for South Asian students looking to study engineering in America since it is the only college wealthy enough to waive tuition fees for all its students.

"The Lunchbox" Director Ritesh Batra: On Film Making and Taking Risks

The Mumbai-born writer-director who dropped out of New York University's film school has been named one of “10 Directors to Watch” by "Variety."

International House Scholarships for 2016-2017

International House in New York City is offering need-based scholarships of up to $10,000 each to residents. Deadlines are coming up in mid-June and mid-July.

The new NYU Stern MBA application looks for emotional intelligence

NYU's Stern School of Business recently added a required EQ recommendation, and dropped its famous creative essay in favor of what it’s calling a 'Pick Six' essay.

Fordham University's Business School Launches New PhD Program

The intention of this new PhD program in Business Administration is to create research oriented future educators and faculty members.

Arizona State University vs New York University

If a U.S. education is the way you are leaning, then check out the differences between a large public university in Arizona and Big Apple's private institution.

NYU's glittering $1 billion glass building will put school on display

The transparent building at 181 Mercer Street in New York is designed to make the school more inclusive.

New York's Unusual Flatiron School Catches Silicon Valley's eye

After the 12-week intensive coding program Flatiron graduates land jobs at places like Google and Kickstarter with average starting salaries of $74,447.

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