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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 choose an MBA program that's right for you

Choosing the right MBA program is a big challenge, but, we’re going to make it easy by giving you 5 key factors to consider when making this life-changing decision.

Brexit getting you down? You may be able to get an Oxford degree in Paris soon!

France could become an alternative for international students who want to study at other UK universities, too, as some of them may relocate their degree courses there

Grad School 101: How you can use grad school rankings to find the right program

With so many factors to consider while picking grad programs, rankings can be a valuable tool to narrow your decisions- if they are used right. In the second part of Grad School 101 series, learn how and where rankings matter.

#SmartStudent: How to live in a foreign city

Our #SmartStudent series brings you simple tips that help you ease into life as an international student and be a responsible resident of the country you have chosen to study in.

How to find on-campus jobs as an international student

Career services offices normally host job fairs twice a year in the fall and spring to help international students find on-campus work.

Straight Talk: International students in China and India - A Brief Comparison

An impressive number of students from India and China head abroad for higher education every year. But the numbers of international students flocking to the two countries are not equally substantial. Why is there such a gap and how can it be bridged? Dr. Pushkar discusses below.

“Quality is at the heart of what we do”: Grant McPherson of Education New Zealand

Grant McPherson, Chief Executive of Education New Zealand, spoke to BrainGain magazine, about the advantage of a New Zealand education and how the government is working towards making it better.

In a First, a US University Insures Itself Against a Drop in Chinese Students

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has paid $424,000 to insure itself against a significant drop in tuition revenue from Chinese students.

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