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#SmartStudent: How to live in a foreign city

Our #SmartStudent series brings you simple tips that help you ease into life as an international student and be a responsible resident of the country you have chosen to study in.

Straight Talk: Foreign faculty will be immensely beneficial for Institutions of Eminence

The combined research output of all India’s central universities is less than that of either Cambridge or Stanford alone. Hiring foreign faculty will boost research and internationalization.

Here's your chance to meet with top faculty from Arizona State University

Senior faculty and officials from ASU and its engineering school will visit several Indian cities to provide information and answer questions. Find out how to register for a free session near you!

MIT tops QS World University Rankings for 6th year in a row

The US continues to dominate the rankings, with 4 universities in the top 5, and 13 in the top 25

Hofstra University: Where You Are Meant to Be

Small class sizes and exciting, fulfilling on-campus programs are led by a supportive faculty and staff. And, Hofstra's close proximity to Manhattan allows students to take advantage of various cultural aspects, internship experiences and networking opportunities.

Trump Effect: decline in new student enrolments in the US

In 2016-17, 62,537 Indian students got F1 visas to study in the US, down 16.43% from the previous year, according to the latest Open Doors report.

'Business schools need to equip their students with human capital and social capital'

Heather McGregor, Executive Dean of Edinburgh Business School, discusses how her institution fosters diversity, including full funding for one female student in the new MBA in entrepreneurship

Oxford and Cambridge bag top spots in 2018 World University Rankings

US universities continue to dominate the top 200, but they and other western institutions face challenges from within and from Asia, while Indian schools slip further down the rankings

Dr. Jeffrey Legro on UVA's global approach to education

June 26, 2019 |
Dr. Jeffrey W. Legro is Taylor Professor of Politics and Vice Provost for Global Affairs at the University of Virginia. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, he discussed how the University of Virginia fosters diversity and broadens the horizons of its students. He said UVA students have the opportunity to study in other parts of the world though a range of Study Abroad programs. They also get to learn about the world in Charlottesville itself, because of the diversity of student, staff and faculty, the large number of student associations, and language and area studies programs at the university.

Why study business at the Rotman School - Q & A with Prof. Macklem

Prof. Tiff Macklem, Dean of Rotman School of Management, spoke to BrainGain Magazine about why the School is a great choice for business students.

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