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Engineer-filmmaker Rishi Bhilawadikar on riding the H-1B rollercoaster

The Indian techie who studied at Indiana University has made a movie exploring America's byzantine immigration rules.

6 expert tips on managing your finances abroad

BrainGain Magazine brings you expert advice on financing studies abroad.

How to get a scholarship to study abroad

Yes, there are plenty of funding opportunities for excellent students from India! Here’s all the information you need to get started on your scholarship search

Flinders University to offer a 100% tuition scholarship for business studies

The university is offering this, as well as a number of 15% tuition fee scholarships, to eligible and outstanding postgraduate business students from India.

Here's how to survive life outside university in Canada

Here are a few dos and don'ts for international students in Canada which will make life outside classroom much easier.

MAWISTA scholarships for international students with children

MAWISTA awards annual scholarships to support international students with children. To find out more, read below.

Here's why you should look beyond the Ivy Leagues

Attending an Ivy League can be an impressive highlight on the resume but what if education from other institutions could also provide you with a similar or sometimes even better educational experience?

Meet Isha Sudan - MBA student at University of Stirling

Isha Sudan, an international student at the University of Stirling in Scotland, talks about why the university was her first choice when it came to pursuing an MBA. Read more below.

How to win a GREAT scholarship

Wondering how students win great scholarships? Here are tips from an international student currently at the University of Portsmouth.

PhD in Canada: A dilemma for International Students

Every year, thousands of international students are encouraged to embark upon undergraduate and graduate studies at Canadian institutes of higher education. Indeed, the drive amongst Canadian universities to attract top-quality international students in greater numbers is intensifying. And yet, there is a significant systemic problem for those international students in the arts and humanities who undertake doctoral studies in Canada.

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