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A simple guide to higher education in France

What is the difference between a Lycee and a Grande Ecole? Are all degrees taught only in French? Which subjects are popular among international students? Here is your simple guide to French higher education.

Looking for a Great Way to Spend Your Summer? Learn a Foreign Language

One of the best ways to spend your summer, or any season really, is to learn a foreign language. BrainGain magazine tells you why and where you should do so.

Franco Indian Education Trust invites applications for the Amba Dalmia Scholarships for Women

The trust will offer a monthly stipend and fee waiver to Indian women who want to study in France in the fields of Arts, Sports, Dance, Music, and Gastronomy.

Engineer-filmmaker Rishi Bhilawadikar on riding the H-1B rollercoaster

The Indian techie who studied at Indiana University has made a movie exploring America's byzantine immigration rules.

Director's Cut: 8 questions with top film maker Gurinder Chadha

A deep dive into filmmaking and creating powerful personal stories with 'Viceroy's House' writer and director Gurinder Chadha.

Artist Interview: 7 Questions with Painter Gazala Chinwalla

Gazala talks about creating evocative contemporary art and her training in Parsons School of Design, in New York and the School of Visual Arts.

How Amiruddin Shah pirouetted his way from Mumbai's slums to the Royal Ballet School

The son of a welder, Shah had a perfect arch, which won him a three-year scholarship into one of the worlds most prestigious ballet schools in London.

Apply Now for New Zealand's Elite Commonwealth Scholarships

The New Zealand Government is offering Commonwealth Scholarships to Indian students who will commence Masters and PhD courses in 2018. Find out more below.

Why Im delighted that I chose to study in a small(er) university

For my master's I took a big risk by choosing a course and university that no one in my family had ever heard of before. And it paid off. Here is why.

In Conversation with Bollywood Writer-Director: Anurag Kashyap

Writer-director Anurag Kashyap shot his critically acclaimed film, That Girl in Yellow Boots in thirteen days, in an industry where it takes longer to shoot a Bollywood song. Every once in a while the indie auteur drops a surprise on the movie going public: a brilliant, yet modestly budgeted film about a subject that hardly fits the Bollywood mould.

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