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The US Advantage: Numerous, Top-Notch, Economics Programs

Gita Gopinath, Harvards newest tenured professor of economics says South Asian students mulling over studying economics abroad should give the US their best shot as the country has a real advantage in offering high quality education through a breadth of courses at numerous, competent institutions. She also says there are many good departments in the top 50 US universities offering strong undergrad programs apart from those at the highly coveted Ivy League schools.

'In computer and software engineering, the financial outlook for PhDs is excellent'

Dr. Sohum Sohoni, Assistant Professor at The Polytechnic School (Arizona State University) answered questions which plague the mind of every engineering student who wants to study in the US. Read his answers below.

IIE Open Doors 2020: US hosts 1 million students for 5th year in a row

China (35%) and India (18%) maintain their positions as the top two source countries.

What to do if you're deferred from your Early Action/Early Decision school

If a college or university defers your early application, you can still make it through in the regular application. In the 11th instalment of our 12-part series on US college admissions, we share helpful pointers on how not to let deferrals defeat you.

US Justice Department says Harvard admissions ′may be infected with racial bias′

The Justice Department sided with the Students for Fair Admissions which brought the high-profile lawsuit against Harvard University

Indian-origin academic, Anantha P Chandrakasan, named Dean of MITs School of Engineering

MIT, one of the world’s best schools, has named an Indian-origin academic as dean of its School of Engineering.

US College Shocker: Nearly 36% of Students Don’t Get Enough to Eat

Financially stressed students are being forced to choose between covering steep tuition fees and buying food.

Marijuana use by US college students climbs to 35-year high

The University of Michigan's study of college students shows twice as many now VAPE it despite warnings the vitamin E derivative in THC e-liquids may cause new lung disease.

Mindfulness: How Brown University is championing the cool trend

The Ivy League school's new Mindfulness Center will conduct and promote research on the impact of mindfulness on mental and physical health

An Empty Nester's Perspective on Cutting the Apron Strings

The author shares her touching first-hand experience of sending her children off to college with disarming candor, wit and wisdom.

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