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Deakin University to award 100% tuition-fees waivers to 4 Indian students

Australia’s Deakin University has joined hands with Biocon, Rajasthan Royals, and Times Network to offer 100% tuition-fee waivers to STEM, sports and creative arts students.

6 things to keep in mind before taking a study loan

This simple guide to borrowing for higher studies abroad shows that careful budgeting goes a long way in making your dreams come true

Stanford "Gunners" Earn More Than Other MBAs

Stanford's business school ranks second in the US, but its new grads consistently out-earn their peers.

100 students lose money in million-dollar scam by study abroad agent

Aspiring international students have lost thousands of dollars to Tu Futuro en Australia, a Brisbane-based agency

How to find and win scholarships

Finding and winning a scholarship is one of the biggest concerns if you're keen on studying abroad. BrainGain magazine gives you 7 simple steps which will greatly increase your chances of success.

Tips to make the most out of relationships, studies and finances at university

Because, coming from us, you know these tips have got to be good.

51 Canadian Scholarships for Indian Students

Canadian educators have pledged investments worth nearly $4 million in collaborative education projects with India which includes generous fellowships aimed at attracting Indian students to study in Canada. A large part of the investment is by way of 51 scholarships from Canada’s top eight colleges including the University of British Columbia, the University of Toronto, the University of Victoria and the University of Waterloo.

Up to 20% drop in tuition fees for international students in the UK

A decline in the British pound, thanks to Brexit, effectively means a discount for students from many countries who are studying in Britain

Quad Fellowships launched for 100 students to study at STEM graduate universities in the US

The Fellowships will be awarded to students from Australia, India, Japan and the US.

Non-EU students will now pay tuition fees at some German universities

The German state of Baden-Wurttemberg has announced that international students will pay tuition fees starting next year. Read more below.

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