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Michael Kasprowicz Dir. Kaspa Australia; Fmr. Test Cricketer; UQ MBA Student

November 13, 2019 |
Michael Kasprowicz, former Australian test cricketer, talks to braingainmag.com in his most recent capacity as Goodwill Ambassador on behalf of the University of Queensland and MBA student. He is also Director of Kaspa Australia, working towards healthy Australia-India business partnerships, and serves as a Board Director for Cricket Australia. In addition he is an active member of the Australia-India Business Council. Kasprowicz tells us as a bit about why studying for an MBA at the University of Queensland can be an invaluable experience.

Here's your chance to win a study trip to Australia!

Participate in a video competition for high-school students in India. If you're among the 5 winning teams, you, your teammate, and a teacher will get to visit an Australian university, all expenses paid

3 MT: Australia's Academic Showcase

BrainGain magazine spoke to Dr. Krystyna Haq, Graduate Education Officer in the University of Western Australia, about the 3 Minute Thesis competition organised at UWA in September 2015. She discussed the reasons behind UWA's success in the competition, its research strengths, as well as continued engagement with pushing the boundaries of science. Read more below.

Interested in archaeology? Here are 4 postgraduate archaeology courses that will prepare you for a lifetime of adventures

Hone your skills to excavate and understand the history of our time through these postgraduate programs in archaeology

Dr. Sarah Kelly University of Queensland, Dir. MBA Program Part-1

November 13, 2019 |
Dr. Sarah Kelly is the Director of the MBA Program at the University of Queensland in Australia, where she is also a Senior Lecturer in Marketing. She spoke with braingainmag about what Australia has to offer a student looking to study for an MBA.

Up Your Game with an MBA from Australia

An MBA in Australia means not just only world class education but an endless choice of specialisations.

How to be a good architect - Q & A with Prof. Lochhead

BrainGain Magazine spoke to Prof. Helen Lochhhead, Dean of Faculty of Built Environment at University of New South Wales, Sydney, about how to choose a progamme, interdisciplinary learning, and faculty.

Australia Making Visas More Attractive for International Students

The Australian government has announced a “broader, simpler, fairer” visa framework for international students. A move calculated to benefit all parties involved.

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.

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