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7 reasons to study in France

How many places offer you a top-notch education for a tuition fee of €600 a year?

Learning a New Language - The Creativity and Necessity

“To speak a language is to take on a world, a culture. . .” wrote Frantz Fanon, the great intellectual. And he was right. As the world is shrinking, our identities are multiplying – we are multinational in our upbringing, education and influences. Language is a prominent condition of this socio – cultural evolution. So what does it mean to be multi-lingual and how can we acquire new languages, new worlds, new cultures? An introduction.

'The most limiting education lies within the walls of a classroom'

The learning one gains outside the classroom is realistic and impactful, covering subjects such as life skills, compassion, citizen-literacy, humanism, and collective consciousness, says Farzana Cama Balpande, head of BookASmile

How to talk about race

November 16, 2019 |
Sometimes, students going abroad have apprehensions that they may use words to describe race or ethnicity that may offend someone. Here’s a rough guide to talking about race. If you find it useful, be sure to read this article http://blog.braingainmag.com/word-nerd-how-to-talk-about-race/ too!

4 Steps to Optimizing Your College Experience in the United States

So you've got accepted into your dream school in the US. Here are some tips to help you make the best of college life

Paneer, Cottage Cheese, and Cultural Diversity

November 16, 2019 |
Indian cookbooks sometimes translate 'paneer' as 'cottage cheese', but is that correct? If so, how would one translate the hundreds of kinds of European cheese in a way that reflects the diversity of other cultures? Sometimes, it's better not to translate – understanding another culture in its own terms is a good way to broaden one's horizons.

5 tips for planning your study abroad journey

Here's some great advice from World Education Services (WES) on how to get organized as you plan your studies abroad.

5 reasons to study in Sweden

BrainGain magazine you 5 reasons you should study in Sweden. Read more below.

How to get the most out of studying abroad

Alan Kerzner, CEO of the Institute for Global Student Success, says mentorship can help international students be more productive in their new study and work culture

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