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Trump's election victory - what you should and shouldn't worry about

With US campuses in turmoil in the wake of an acrimonious election, universities and students are concerned about hate crimes and budget cuts

Trump Effect: decline in new student enrolments in the US

In 2016-17, 62,537 Indian students got F1 visas to study in the US, down 16.43% from the previous year, according to the latest Open Doors report.

#SmartStudent: How to be funny when you're studying abroad

Our new #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

Straight Talk: Studying in the US is safer than driving a car in India

While gun violence and visa-related uncertainties are understandable concerns, it is undeniable that the quality of American higher education is excellent

How Trump's Election has Affected my Application Decision

An Indian high school student shares the impact that Donald Trumpís election had on her decision to study abroad.

How to talk about race

November 14, 2019 |
Sometimes, students going abroad have apprehensions that they may use words to describe race or ethnicity that may offend someone. Hereís a rough guide to talking about race. If you find it useful, be sure to read this article http://blog.braingainmag.com/word-nerd-how-to-talk-about-race/ too!

University of Virginia limps back to normalcy

Students stand united against hate days after white supremacists marched through their campus and Charlottesville erupted in violence.

Harvard cancels admission offers to 10 students who shared obscene and racist memes

Decency wins out over great SAT scores as university officials take a strong stand against jokes about the Holocaust, child sexual abuse, and ethnic minority groups

Open letter from the US to Indian students: #YouBelongHere

More than 100 people involved in higher education in the US have expressed their support for Indians in the wake of recent attacks

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