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Business Studies in Toronto, Canada

June 26, 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.

5 reasons to study at St Mary's University, London

It’s not too late for you to apply to study with us for September 2017!

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.

Why Data Management Skills Will Make You a Business Asset

Data Management professionals are in great demand across the world, and across sectors. In this article, BrainGain magazine looks at careers in one of the hottest fields right now.

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

We want the world's best engineers, says Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau

He says Canada values diversity in science and engineering, is investing $125 mn in its strategy for artificial intelligence research and talent, and plans to make the visa process easier

Book Review: Lean In For Graduates

What better source of interview and career advice could there be than Facebook boss Sheryl Sandberg? This new revised version of her famous 2013 book is just for students

Straight Talk: Building more colleges will not help India's youth; improving existing ones will

Constructing more colleges simply to accommodate larger numbers of students will not fix the real problem of absorbing graduates into the economic mainstream.

Roy Newey: Promoting Skills and Employment

English-born entrepreneur, Roy Newey has worked for more than 30 years in over 80 countries to promote skills - driven by the belief that every human being has a right to the indelible sense of self-worth that only work enables.

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

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