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Stanford Seed's inaugural India program starts off in Chennai with 45 business owners

Over the past 5 years, the 1-year program, led by Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, has trained over 500 business leaders in other countries, and 62% report increased revenue

Look beyond the Ivy League: Entrepreneur Sanjay Govil′s advice to students

US-based businessman Sanjay Govil studied at both Ivy League and non-Ivy schools, and he says the most important thing is to match your interests with the strengths of the universities you apply to

Here's your chance to change the world – one good idea at a time

The World Bank and the Wharton School are organizing the annual Ideas for Action competition for high school students. Here’s what you need to know.

How 2 Indian students in Canada are helping disabled children walk like 'Iron Man'

The students, with backgrounds in engineering and management, built a robotic exoskeleton to help a young relative escape life in a wheelchair. Their project is now a full-time business

Here's What it Takes to Be a Great Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is a game of chance. Or is it? Dr. Bennett McClellan, who earned an MBA from Harvard, spells out a few basic rules so you can play at the top of your game.

Salman Sayyed's journey from a Mumbai footpath to a Texas college

Reading passion leads to Houston Community College, in Texas for Salman Sayyed, who lived on streets and worked as a tour guide to fund college.

Stanford Seed announces expansion to India - applications open

Stanford Seed will run its first program in Chennai from August 2017. Applications are now open.

Indian computer science students in Canada build a bot to ease the visa application process

Ruhi Madiwale and Dhivya Jayaraman discuss how they created their product, the support they’ve got from Dalhousie University and the local government, and how studying abroad has changed their lives.

7 Qs with University of Canterbury's Vice-Chancellor Dr. Rod Carr

BrainGain magazine spoke to Dr. Rod Carr, Vice-Chancellor, University of Canterbury. Below are edited excerpts from the conversation.

The End of Jobs: Money, Meaning and Freedom by Taylor Pearson

This book is a must-read for Millenials as technology is threatening traditional jobs, while making entrepreneurship safer and more profitable.

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