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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

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.

Making the best choice between your acceptance offers

So you’ve received the reward of all your hard work in terms of multiple admission offers from universities, and now have to make your choice. Katherine Ernst Mehta advises you how in the second of a 12-part series on U.S. College Admissions 101.

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.

US college seniors are losing out by graduating during the pandemic

Anya Sinha, a senior at the University of California, San Diego won’t get to say a proper goodbye to a campus that’s been a second home

Demonstrated interest - what it is and why it matters

In the eighth of her twelve-part series, Katherine Ernst Mehta talks about demonstrated interest and how it can increase your chances of being accepted by a US university.

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.

Indian student's unexpected journey from liberal arts undergrad to a prize US film role

Siddharth Dhananjay was studying philosophy and economics at Grinnell College, Iowa, when his rap videos went viral, scoring him a role in ‘Patti Cake$’, releasing on August 18

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.

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