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Interview with Silicon Valley marketing pioneer Satjiv Chahil

December 18, 2018 |
Silicon Valley consultant Satjiv Chahil started out with a B.Com degree from Punjab University, Chandigarh, in 1971. He got an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, now part of Arizona State University. In his career of over 30 years, he has worked with companies such as Apple, HP, IBM, Palm, and Xerox, driving initiatives at the cutting edge of entertainment technology. On November 24, 2016, he chatted with BrainGain Magazine about his studies and work, and shared some advice for young people interested in studying abroad.

Living the Lobo Life: In Conversation with Dr. Mary Anne Saunders

Discover the amazing opportunities on offer at New Mexicoís flagship university.

Brain Gain in India's Higher Education

What can transform the brain deposit into brain gain? Opportunity. Dr. Pushkar examines the current home scenario for Indian scholars abroad, with its lures and its lacunae.

Brain Gain is Reversible

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan's exit has inspired heated debates on the topic of brain gain and its reversibility. Dr. Pushkar examines the issue below.

Q&A with Professor John Spinks (The University of Hong Kong)

December 18, 2018 |
Professor John Spinks from The University of Hong Kong visited India earlier in 2018. He spoke to BrainGain Magazine about the university, international students and the top mistake applicants make. Watch this video for more.

Getting a Job after University

Ensuring that students get a job after higher studies means institutions of higher education will have to be increasingly flexible and demand-driven in order to survive and grow, say Canadian and American representatives from college and university associations.

Are the Arts losing to the Sciences?

December 18, 2018 |
BrainGain Magazine spoke with Dr. Zafeena Suresh, Education USA Adviser (USIEF), about the anti-Arts bias in the Indian education system. She discussed how the preference for Science is now deeply ingrained in the Indian mindset. And how this translates into the attraction of STEM fields even when students head abroad for further studies. She also shares how there is scope for change, and the attractions of a Liberal Arts degree.

How will Donald Trump's Presidency Affect International Students?

December 18, 2018 |
International students are worried about what Donald Trumpís presidency will mean for them. Will racism infect the national atmosphere? Will campuses remain safe? Will the national and university administration turn hostile? And most of all, will the US remain a welcoming and rewarding destination for higher education? Harjiv Singh, Founder & CEO of Salwan Media Ventures responds to questions from students on the potential affect of Donald Trumpís presidency on international students.

Straight Talk: Put Merit First (Not Home Grown Degrees or Ethnicities)

A look at the malaise of Ďacademic inbreedingí born of the cliquish culture of Indian universities, and the need to put merit first.

Applications Invited for Glion Institute's Summer Academy

Applications are invited for Glion Institute's Summer Academy in London this year.

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