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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.

5 Reasons to study in Canada

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

Health, Education and Business - 3 Largest Fields of Graduate Study in USA

The Council of Graduate school's latest report explores the trends in U.S. graduate education. Which fields are popular? How are international students driving growth? Read below to find out.

College Board partners with Indian universities to offer full-tuition scholarships to India's most needy

The makers of the SAT, along with partner Indian universities, seek to universalize access to higher education.

Straight Talk: What You Need to Know During Admission Season

Here are a few points for both parents and students to keep in mind to make the best of India’s messy admission season.

5 top technical skills that will make your CV stand out

With the increasing level of competition in jobs, just brandishing an undergraduate degree doesn’t ensure that your CV makes the cut. What better to bring to the table than technical skills? We give you 5 that are in great demand.

The Ecole Normale Supérieure

October 01, 2020 |
Is an education at a ‘Grand Ecole’, one of the elite institutes of France, perhaps the right choice for you? Braingainmag.com spoke with Isabelle de Vendeuvre, the Director of International Relations at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris. She explained what the ‘Grand Ecole’ is, and what the university can offer a student looking to get involved in research subjects at the undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate level.

What it takes to study nanotechnology: Q&A with Prof. Ted Sargent

What does it take to study, and build a career in, nanotechnology? Prof. Ted Sargent from the University of Toronto speaks to BrainGain Magazine.

5 graduate programs to kickstart your international affairs career

If you’re interested in global issues relating to security, economy and business, development, or environmental policy, a master’s in International Relations may be just the thing for you.

More US Schools Shutting Down Full-Time MBA Programs

With applications to the full-time MBA falling in the strong job market, more schools are retiring the degree to focus on part-time and specialized courses

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