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Interview with Silicon Valley marketing pioneer Satjiv Chahil

September 21, 2019 |
Silicon Valley consultant Satjiv Chahil started out with a B.Com degree from Punjab University, Chandigarh, in 1971. He got an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, now part of Arizona State University. In his career of over 30 years, he has worked with companies such as Apple, HP, IBM, Palm, and Xerox, driving initiatives at the cutting edge of entertainment technology. On November 24, 2016, he chatted with BrainGain Magazine about his studies and work, and shared some advice for young people interested in studying abroad.

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.

Q&A with Dr. Ariel Armony: why international students should apply to University of Pittsburgh

September 21, 2019 |
Dr. Ariel Armony, Vice Provost of Global Affairs at University of Pittsburgh visited India in late April to engage with international students. He spoke to BrainGain Magazine about why student recruitment is a priority for the university, especially students who don’t have the resources or knowledge to apply. Watch this video to find out what Dr. Armony had to say about why the University of Pittsburgh is perfect for international students, with its excellent faculty and focus on technologically driven solutions to global issues.

Political science research on the economics of jihad

September 21, 2019 |
Dr. Aisha Ahmad is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto Scarborough, the Director of the Islam and Global Affairs Initiative at the Munk School of Global Affairs, and a Senior Fellow at Massey College. In her book “Jihad & Co.: Black Markets and Islamist Power”, published last month by Oxford University Press, she argues that jihadists rise to power by exploiting local economies. But how does one interview smugglers, merchants, and extremists for one’s research in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Mali, and Lebanon? Dr. Ahmad discusses how she did her field work, and shares some advice for students who are interested in doing political science research. She has worked on projects funded by the Norwegian Research Council and the Connaught New Researcher Award.

MiM vs MBA: 10 Things You Need to Know

The MBA is not the only way to the business career of your dreams. You can also choose to pursue an MiM. Want to know more? Read below.

Mental Health Awareness Month: 7 tips to manage your mental health in college

Being a college student can be overwhelming and strenuous on your mental health. These tips will help manage your mental health and make life a little easier.

College Board launches the India Global Higher Education Alliance

The College Board has announced a host of new initiatives from a new Alliance between Indian and international universities to scholarships.

MAWISTA scholarships for international students with children

MAWISTA awards annual scholarships to support international students with children. To find out more, read below.

Wharton’s Serguei Netessine on How the PhD Program Makes Talent Flow into Academia

It costs Wharton about $400,000 to educate one PhD student, because students don't pay tuition and they get generous stipends.

Canada tops Sea Turtle Index for Higher Education Cities

Montreal scores top place in the Economist Intelligence Unit and Bank of Communications Sea Turtle Index for ranking top cities for higher education for 2013.

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