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University of Dundee launches scholarships worth £5,000 for Indian students

Combined with the University's existing Global Excellence Scholarship, the winner of Jainti Dass Saggar Memorial Scholarship for Excellence will get a total benefit of £10,000

3-Minute Mentor: How to convince a bank to give you a study loan

A US-based admissions expert answers BrainGain Magazine readers’ queries.

Win a Global Women's Leadership Scholarship to Cass Business School

The program is open to women all over the world to pursue a MBA degree at high-ranking Cass Business School, in City University, in London.

All you need to know about working while studying in Ireland

In the second part on funding studies in Ireland, Mr. Barry O'Driscoll talks about the guidelines on working while studying.

5 art scholarships from around the world

Scholarships aren’t just for aspiring engineers and doctors – they’re for artists, too! If you dream of studying fine arts, art history, or architecture abroad, check out this list

Worried about financing your studies abroad? We have great advice!

Higher education can be expensive, but money should never stop you from applying to the university of your dreams.

Study in Germany: get a world-class education at low costs

Dreaming of an international education? With 40 universities ranked among the world's best, Germany offers excellent education at inexpensive costs. To find out more, read below.

How to earn money while you're studying in the UK

Parties, living expenses, travel – the pennies add up quickly when you are an international student. Here are some tips to help you earn some extra cash while on a student visa.

The Obama Foundation is hiring interns - apply now!

The Obama Foundation is offering an internship program for university students. The deadline for applications is 14th May.

Demonetization hurting Indian students bound for Australia

Delays in bank loans for higher studies may prevent thousands from heading out in February, according to a new report, but things could ease up in six months

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