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'Almost one-third of our applications are from international students'

Michelle Beaton, director of recruitment for the University of Toronto’s engineering school, says international students can get merit-based scholarships and a whole year’s professional experience.

5 new specialisations in medicine you need to check out

Medical science is always evolving. To keep up with the latest advancements in the said field, Braingain Magazine brings to you 5 Emerging disciplines in the field of medical science.

Health, Education and Business - 3 Largest Fields of Graduate Study in USA

The Council of Graduate school's latest report explores the trends in U.S. graduate education. Which fields are popular? How are international students driving growth? Read below to find out.

Top 5 tips for getting into globally competitive engineering programs

Inside info on how to put forward your strongest application, from the University of Toronto’s director of recruitment for the engineering faculty

Deakin University to award 100% tuition-fees waivers to 4 Indian students

Australia’s Deakin University has joined hands with Biocon, Rajasthan Royals, and Times Network to offer 100% tuition-fee waivers to STEM, sports and creative arts students.

Trump Revises Travel Ban, but US Schools Fret Over Damage

The White House may have removed Iraq from the travel ban list, but the heart of the executive action is intact reflecting a hardening of immigration policy.

Harrisburg University Offers Full-time Scholarships to Gamers

Sixteen students are awarded full academic scholarships by the leading American STEM university after tryouts for players from around the world.

STEM in the USA - Key Attraction for Graduates Across the Globe

The preliminary report of the Council of Graduate Schools looks at major trends in USA’s education. A brief survey.

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

Meet Kavya Kopparapu the 19-year old Harvard student who just won $10,000 for brain cancer research

Her deep-learning computer system, GlioVision, is patented and ready to start testing this year.

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