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Are you ready for the new Knowledge@Wharton High School Investment Competition?

Registration opens soon for India and other Region 2 countries. Plus, this year, there is a new regional addition China!

Housing shortages in The Netherlands are set to rise to 50,000 by 2024-25

The universities are working towards a solution but the sudden peak of student interest is a significant challenge.

Interested in studying abroad? Register for our Information Session now

BrainGain Magazine is hosting a free information session on studying abroad. If you're a prospective international student, you need to be there!

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

British universities bear the brunt of Brexit as EU enrollments decline

The number of European Union students enrolling in Britain's leading universities declines.

Apply now for year-long journalism fellowships focused on child development

Eight journalists will be selected for the fellowships, which include training and international reporting trips. Journalists in Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania can apply

International students trying to reach the UK face several hurdles

The universities are keen to welcome students but there are no comprehensive solutions in place when it comes to reaching the UK.

10,000 international students is New Zealand's best case scenario this year

The new semester begins in February-March for most universities.

Where to find out more about the University of Southampton's MBA course

It is one of only 43 universities in the UK with an AMBA-accredited MBA program. Learn more about it at one of the information sessions being held in India between November 26 and December 7, 2017.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May urged to ease visa rules for Indians

India wants its young, highly qualified students who graduate from UK universities to have a better chance to participate in research and work opportunities there

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