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Explore endless opportunities for experiential learning at Hofstra University

The school's 140 undergraduate programs and 160 graduate ones include courses in the health professions ranging from sports science to health administration

Book Review: Intern by Sandeep Jauhar

Sandeep Jauhar’s book “Intern: a Doctor’s Initiation” is a bible for medical students making their own forays into life at the hospital.

Why Bloomberg's Record $1.8 Billion Gift to Johns Hopkins is a Great Decision

Michael Bloomberg’s donation is designed to make the elite private research university in Baltimore both need blind and loan-free, with thousands of scholarships.

Hofstra University: Where You Are Meant to Be

Small class sizes and exciting, fulfilling on-campus programs are led by a supportive faculty and staff. And, Hofstra's close proximity to Manhattan allows students to take advantage of various cultural aspects, internship experiences and networking opportunities.

Studying Dentistry in Canada as a mature student: Q&A with Dr. Shilpi Tandon

Dr. Tandon, an Indian dentist who moved to Canada and is enrolled in the International Dentist Advanced Placement Program, talks about the challenges and opportunities for a mature student abroad.

Public Health: The Subject and its Scope

Public health is a multi-faceted field. It offers huge scope and is a great chance for working towards global health benefits.

Meet Kavya Kopparapu the 19-year old Harvard student who just won $10,000 for brain cancer research

Her deep-learning computer system, GlioVision, is patented and ready to start testing this year.

Getting Accepted into an Australian Medical School

Medical schools all over the world are tough to get into but entry into Australian medical schools is not as simple as achieving the highest marks in year 12 or obtaining high distinction in undergrad studies. You also need to do very well at an aptitude test and then shine brightly at the interview. No wonder that more than half of Australia’s Nobel laureates are from the field of medicine!

A simple guide to higher education in France

What is the difference between a Lycee and a Grande Ecole? Are all degrees taught only in French? Which subjects are popular among international students? Here is your simple guide to French higher education.

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