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Trump's Travel Ban Affects 20,000 Students, Faculty in US Colleges

Will the decree, easily interpreted as a deep hostility to the world beyond America's shores, put off international students?

Devoted to dance and wondering where to study? Here are 5 great schools you can choose from!

“When you dance, you enjoy the luxury of being you.” -Paulo Coehlo

MIT Tata Center searches for solutions to India′s air pollution crisis

The Tata Center offers several courses as a part of MIT's catalog with particular applicability to engineering skills for the developing world

How to craft a compelling personal statement

In the fifth of her 12-part series, Katherine Ernst Mehta talks about how to write a really compelling essay, which can make help distinguish your application.

Love to dance? Here's how you can turn your passion into a degree and a career

The US offers college-level dance programs, internships and job opportunities to prepare you for the professional dance world.

Dr. Jeffrey Legro on UVA's global approach to education

January 18, 2020 |
Dr. Jeffrey W. Legro is Taylor Professor of Politics and Vice Provost for Global Affairs at the University of Virginia. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, he discussed how the University of Virginia fosters diversity and broadens the horizons of its students. He said UVA students have the opportunity to study in other parts of the world though a range of Study Abroad programs. They also get to learn about the world in Charlottesville itself, because of the diversity of student, staff and faculty, the large number of student associations, and language and area studies programs at the university.

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.

Yale University offers a New Master's Degree in Systemic Risk

The first-of-its-kind, year-long specialized master’s degree provides a grounding in crisis prevention, systemic risk regulation and monetary policy

US colleges slash budgets as international students shy away

Schools in the Midwest have been hit hard by the loss of Indian and Chinese students who pay the full freight to study in America.

Win a Frank Islam Fellowship to study journalism in the US

A mid-career reporter from India will spend six months at the Missouri School of Journalism and at the staff of a major US newsroom.

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