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Straight Talk: Put Merit First (Not Home Grown Degrees or Ethnicities)

A look at the malaise of ‘academic inbreeding’ born of the cliquish culture of Indian universities, and the need to put merit first.

Straight Talk: Put Merit First in Indian Education

A culture of meritocracy must replace a culture of mediocrity if Indian Universities seek to match their international counterparts.

BrainGain Magazine - Harjiv Singh

December 14, 2019 |
BrainGain Magazine - Harjiv Singh : BrainGain Magazine is the leading online source of information for students interested in studying abroad.

7 Qs with University of Canterbury's Vice-Chancellor Dr. Rod Carr

BrainGain magazine spoke to Dr. Rod Carr, Vice-Chancellor, University of Canterbury. Below are edited excerpts from the conversation.

USA: The Preferred Destination for Indian Students

Over 102,000 Indian students were studying i n the United States (U.S.) in 2014, nearly double the 55,000 students from India in the U.S. in the year 2000. Indian students account for approximately 11.8 per cent of the total population of foreign students in the U.S., the world’s largest economy. India is also the second leading source of international students for the U.S. after China.

Expert Insight on International Education

December 14, 2019 |
International authorities on education met at a breakfast roundtable organized by Brain Gain Magazine to discuss the dream and reality of studying abroad. Their number included Neena Virmani (Pathways World School), Lisa Jain (The College Board), Jerry M. Hultin (NYU), George McLemore (University of Texas) and others. Watch them share insights into the common errors of applicants and their parents, as well as advice on how not to fail in the admission process.

Future Potential for Students Who Study Abroad

December 14, 2019 |
Dr. Shailaja Fennell of the University of Cambridge spoke with braingainmag.com about her own experience having studied abroad, and now in her capacity as lecturer in development studies - how she views the student experience of studying abroad as creating further potential for their future lives.

Lawyer, Lecturer, Author: 9 Questions with Krishna Udayasankar

A diverse career path precedes this writer, who is now best known for authoring the first in what is to become a series of mythological fantasy books – The Aryavarta Chronicles Book 1: Govinda.

How to Make the Most of Studying Abroad: Q&A with Dr. Panchanathan

December 14, 2019 |
Dr. Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan, Executive Vice President and Chief Research and Innovation Officer at Arizona State University, chatted with Uma Asher, editor of BrainGain magazine, about how to make the most of studying abroad in a Facebook live session held on 22nd September 2016. He talked about the importance of inter-disciplinary studies, financial planning and his own experience as a PhD student. Watch the video to find out more.

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