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The Malala Yousafzai Scholarship

The University of King's College in Halifax, Canada, sets up a fully-funded scholarship for young women from developing countries.

Win a Global Women's Leadership Scholarship to Cass Business School

The program is open to women all over the world to pursue a MBA degree at high-ranking Cass Business School, in City University, in London.

Win John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship for the 2015 academic year includes a $65,000 stipend and generous housing, equipment, childcare, moving and health insurance supplements.

Win a Frank Islam Fellowship to study journalism in the US

A mid-career reporter from India will spend six months at the Missouri School of Journalism and at the staff of a major US newsroom.

The Salsa Dancing Blind Student Who Won a Scholarship to the U.S.

Being blind hasn’t stopped Shalini Menon from acing her SAT tests - and now she’s about to embark on a most exciting adventure – with a scholarship to Amherst College in the U.S. The inspiring young student took some time off from her salsa dance practices, singing classes and swimming, to talk to braingainmag.com.

Which one is best for you? Choose between Stern and Darden

Confused between these two great schools? Let us help you out.

International House Scholarships for 2016-2017

International House in New York City is offering need-based scholarships of up to $10,000 each to residents. Deadlines are coming up in mid-June and mid-July.

Harrisburg University Offers Full-time Scholarships to Gamers

Sixteen students are awarded full academic scholarships by the leading American STEM university after tryouts for players from around the world.

Why choose France for higher studies?

The country holds a position of prominence in mathematics and sciences which include physics, genetics, medicine, biology and astrophysics. This scientific community has received 26 Nobel prizes in the last century. Additionally, France’s technological achievements such as the Airbus, Concorde; the smart card, and the fully automatic rapid transit system, Val – make France an attractive destination for young scientists.

News of the NASA internship awarded to an Indian girl? Fake!

Leading news organizations failed to check the facts while reporting that NASA had selected an Indian girl for a programme at a centre that doesn’t even exist. An Indian student in the Netherlands investigates.

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