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Business Studies in Toronto, Canada

December 11, 2019 |
Prof. Tiff Macklem is Dean of the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Monday, March 27, 2017, he spoke about business studies programs at the Rotman School, including the full-time MBA, the eight-month intensive masters program in financial risk management, and the undergraduate program. Prof. Macklem also discussed financial assistance, scholarships, and internship opportunities available to international students, and the advantages of studying business in a city like Toronto.

Surge in interest in Canadian universities after Trump's win

College applications from foreign students are up ahead of a key January 2017 enrollment deadline at major Canadian universities.

Australia relaxes visa rules for university staff members

The Australian government has restored four-year visas for professors and other leading staff members in universities with a pathway to permanent residency

The One-Page Resume Rule does not Apply to Law School

Strong recommendation letters from those who know you closely, academically and professionally, and a truly detailed resume that lists your work experience, skill set and achievements could tip the scales in your favor when applying to top bracket law schools says a leading law school consultant.

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.

Liberal Arts are for science and business students too

December 11, 2019 |
Dr. Andrew Field, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs at Duke Kunshan University, China, says students and parents need to understand why Liberal Arts undergraduate degrees are relevant even in a world of tech careers. He says that studying Liberal Arts is not time away from studying science, engineering, or business – rather, it makes you a better scientist, engineer, business leader. Duke Kunshan University, located in Kunshan city, near Shanghai, offers undergraduate students an education that meets the standards of Duke University in the US, culminating in a Duke University degree. Students have the opportunity to study and live in China and the US, which enriches their international perspective and increases their access to global opportunities.

Studying Law in the U.S.

Law as a career has extraordinary durability. A law degree opens doors to private practice in big law firms, the government and business. But life at a law firm can be arduous. And yet the rewards are deeply satisfying – whether in terms of fighting for justice or receiving a fat pay packet.

61% of education leaders say India's higher education is outdated

A survey, titled ‘Upskilling India’, notes that Indian higher education is unable to respond to society's changing needs

"In research, if you are really passionate, then no matter what the subject is, you will go very far"

What is epigenetics? What does it take to carve a career in cancer research? Head of Chatterjee Lab in University of Otago’s School of Medicine, Dr. Aniruddha Chatterjee, speaks to BrainGain Magazine.

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.

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