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Short-term fellowship opportunity for violinists

The Atlantic Music Festival has a last-minute opening for a four-week residency at Colby College, Maine

How COVID19 disrupted my life as a student at Babson College

What happens when your college suddenly shuts down due to a pandemic and you have to scramble to fly home? Hundreds of thousands of students have had that experience this year. We spoke to one of them about being in the eye of this storm.

Back to School in the Age of Facebook

What classes should I take? How can I find a roommate? What can I do for fun? These are some questions nervous freshmen have when they are about to start college, but students at UC San Diego are quelling the back-to-school jitters by sharing information on Facebook.com.

5 Great Liberal Arts Colleges in the USA

If you are considering further education in the USA, have you looked at Liberal Arts Colleges? Here are 5 of the best Liberal Arts institutions that you need to know about!

Arthur Miller's Moving Ode to the University of Michigan

As the Pulitzer celebrates its centennial today, we take a look at renowned playwright Arthur Millerís student days at the University of Michigan, recaptured in his moving ode to his alma mater.

Return on Investment: Harvard Business School to Wall Street

Vikram Gandhi, investment banker, CEO of VSG Capital Advisors and founder of Asha Impact, spoke to BrainGain magazine about Harvard Business School and what makes it the best in MBA education.

U.S. Modifies F1 Visa: International STEM Students to Gain

The US Department of Homeland Security has announced a big change to the F1 visa for students. What is the change? And whom does it benefit? Read below.

Studying Engineering Design

September 28, 2021 |
Matthew Karau, an electronics engineer who specializes in designing interactive systems, teaches Engineering Design at New York University, Abu Dhabi. He got his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. He has taught in European universities, provided consulting services to several companies, and worked in interdisciplinary research organizations such as MIT Media Lab and Media Lab Europe. He is also a certified Cordon Bleu chef. Here he talks about Engineering Design and offers advice to students interested in it.

The Credit System in USA's Higher Education

U.S. Higher education is based on credits. What are they and how do they work? Find out below.

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