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"Everything We Do in Class Will Need to Have a Real-World Implication"

Sandy Hooda, Co-Founder of Vega Schools, spoke to BrainGain magazine about education, evolving classrooms, and the future of jobs. Read more below.

How University College Dublin makes its students job-ready

A team from University College Dublin was in town for a pre-departure briefing with Indian students enrolled for 2018 fall intake. Ms Leonie Phipps, Career & Skills Consultant, UCD Career Development Centre, spoke with BrainGain Magazine about opportunities for Indian Students in Ireland.

Living the Lobo Life: In Conversation with Dr. Mary Anne Saunders

Discover the amazing opportunities on offer at New Mexico’s flagship university.

“Quality is at the heart of what we do”: Grant McPherson of Education New Zealand

Grant McPherson, Chief Executive of Education New Zealand, spoke to BrainGain magazine, about the advantage of a New Zealand education and how the government is working towards making it better.

The Pratham Column: Never take learning for granted

It's important to ask whether your child is actually learning in school, says Maria Grazia Pastorello - because this could impact their future aspirations more than we think.

How to get past the tough competition for internships

Global remote internships let you join a transnational team and gain real work experience developing solutions for companies

How the H-1B visa issue is revealing the scam that is the American Dream

The H-1B visa isn’t exactly the symbol of the radical meritocracy that American companies would have you believe.

The Pratham Column: India's demographic dividend, employability and education

India is projected to have one of the world's youngest populations, by 2020. But there is a long way to go to get everyone educated and employable, says Pratham's Ranajit Bhattacharyya.

If you′re eligible for an OPT extension, you need to act fast

The US extended the optional practical training period for science, technology, engineering, and math degree students from 17 to 24 months earlier this year. Here’s how to grab the opportunity.

Can South Asian Students Still Live the American Dream?

Students the world over have always looked at the US as the land of opportunity, but it has become a nation of fragile dreams for foreign students as the economic slowdown has curtailed the use of H-1B visas.

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