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New Zealand Excellence Awards winners begin their studies

35 Indians have begun their education in New Zealand after winning the excellence awards.

5 Reasons to study in Canada

Academically, financially, and professionally, it's a good deal

Business Studies in Toronto, Canada

April 03, 2020 |
Prof. Tiff Macklem is Dean of the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Canada. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Monday, March 27, 2017, he spoke about business studies programs at the Rotman School, including the full-time MBA, the eight-month intensive masters program in financial risk management, and the undergraduate program. Prof. Macklem also discussed financial assistance, scholarships, and internship opportunities available to international students, and the advantages of studying business in a city like Toronto.

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 budget for your expenses as an international student

Sensible financial planning will let you focus on what really matters – academics and the experience of living in another country

Braingain Magazine Student Session: Financing Your Education Abroad

The top tricks and tips offered by the experts, on how you can maximize your study abroad experience and not worry about the costs.

5 reasons to do an MSc in finance

If you think finance is your forte, an MBA is not the only route to take. You could specialize in the subject by pursuing an MSc. Why do an MSc? Here are 5 reasons.

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

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

Understanding the importance of fundamental research when planning your career

Recently, University of Otago physicists achieved a major breakthrough after a decade-long effort. Here's what we can all learn from their accomplishment.

What it takes to study nanotechnology

April 03, 2020 |
Professor Ted Sargent is Vice President – International, at the University of Toronto, Canada, and a professor in the university's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Monday, March 27, 2017, he spoke about how he became interested in nanotechnology, how nano devices are created, and why engineering students should think like both engineers and entrepreneurs. Prof. Sargent also spoke about the role that students play in cutting-edge research, the value of a PhD in today's job market, and the academic, geographic and financial benefits of studying at the University of Toronto.

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