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6 Simple Ways To Stay Healthy While Studying Abroad

Staying healthy is crucial factor in ensuring your academic success. BrainGain magazine brings you 6 ways to keep in the best of health.

Worried about financing your studies abroad? We have great advice!

Higher education can be expensive, but money should never stop you from applying to the university of your dreams.

Nurture to Dream and Aspire

If we can light the spark of curiosity in a child they will learn without any assistance, says noted teacher, principal, academic director and textbook author Maya Choudhury.

Tips to survive your first year at UCLA

Things only a seasoned Bruin can tell you.

Top 5 Brain-Games for Students of Any Age - Everyone loves a good brain-workout

Everyone loves a good brain-workout, so give these games a try and see if you can make yourself smarter by having a little fun!

4 cool science podcasts you should check out

These fun and informative podcasts will feed your curiosity about the science of everything, from today’s top TV shows to fidget spinners to deep space

Undergrads who depend on rote learning struggle with Chemistry

‘Abstraction learners’ who are more cerebral in their analysis do much better in higher-level chemistry courses

4 Simple Ways to Become a Grammar Nazi

Do you use the word irregardless? Or the phrase 'both of y'all'? Are you very confused when it comes to using 'I, me, myself'? Here are four ways release your grammar worries and be a grammar nazi!

This is why learning outside the classroom is a priority during the university years

College can offer you an education beyond the classroom if you let it. At the BrainGain Magazine Knowledge Symposium 2019, expert educators and leaders offered students advice on how to make the most of college beyond the books and tests.

Dr. Karan Singh, Indian MP, Address to Salwan Media's One Globe Conference 2013

Dr. Karan Singh, India’s Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha; President of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), and India’s Ambassador to UNESCO; 9 February, 2013: Address to Salwan Media’s One Globe 2013: Uniting Knowledge Communities conference (OG’13). Dr. Singh discusses the Four Pillars of Learning: Learning to Know; Learning to Do; Learning to Live Together; Learning to Be.

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