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Participate in this Sustainability Challenge to win an internship in New Zealand

College students from 4 Indian states can team up and send in a proposal. The winning team will get to go on a three-week visit to participating New Zealand universities.

Indian and New Zealand students collaborate to tackle Sustainable Development Goals

The winning team in the sustainability challenge looks forward to an all-expenses-paid three-week internship at three participating universities in New Zealand early next year.

What to do with a degree in Geography?

Do you enjoy exploring the natural world and testing the waters? If so, this could be the right degree for you – read on to find out more!

31 Indian students in New Zealand win excellence awards

These students are pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate study in fields releated to business, design or science and technology, engineering, and mathematics

Understanding the importance of fundamental research when planning your career

Recently, University of Otago physicists achieved a major breakthrough after a decade-long effort. Here's what we can all learn from their accomplishment.

How mobile technology can help us teach or study mathematics

When students can easily compare mathematical models or situations, it enhances their critical and mathematical thinking, and might also lead to greater cognitive risk-taking

Book Review: Astrophysics for People in a Hurry

It's a delightful book for those curious about the marvels of the universe, and students who want to major in astrophysics

6 questions with materials science researcher Sudip Ray

Acquiring entrepreneurship skills at an early stage can enhance students’ prospects, says the University of Auckland scientist, who holds a patent and has worked with innovative companies such as Dupont and GE

New Zealand universities invite applications for 35 scholarships

All 8 universities in the country are offering a total of 35 scholarships for a range of graduate and postgraduate programmes starting in February 2018.

How 2 Indian students in Canada are helping disabled children walk like 'Iron Man'

The students, with backgrounds in engineering and management, built a robotic exoskeleton to help a young relative escape life in a wheelchair. Their project is now a full-time business

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