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7 reasons to study in New Zealand

The number of Indians who chose to study in New Zealand is up by 53% from last year. High Commissioner to India Joanna Kempkers and Education NZ Regional Director John Laxon discuss why

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

90% of Indians studying in Australia are extremely satisfied, says education minister

Australia’s education minister, Simon Birmingham, is in India with representatives from 8 of the country’s best universities, and plans to strengthen an already strong relationship with India.

International students still keen to study in the US, despite political environment

A new survey has found that international students are still keen to attend US universities and colleges, although there are concerns about visa uncertainties and being unwelcome.

US Gun Control on Campus

Indian students have become caught in the cross-hairs of the US gun culture – at least nine Indian students have been killed in university shootings since April 2007.

Are you a student at risk? Apply now for a PhD scholarship from Portsmouth Business School

University of Portsmouth's business school is offering two generous PhD bursaries this year to scholars under threat. Deadline for applications is 30 June.

Study International Business Management at St Mary's University

Applications are open for the new MSc in International Business Management at St Mary’s University, London, starting this September. Work experience and a business studies background are not required.

Dr. Teresa Sullivan on international student life at UVA

April 02, 2020 |
In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, Dr Sullivan, President of the University of Virginia, discussed how international students can participate in UVA’s cutting-edge research, and the funding and work opportunities available to them. She also discussed how diversity enriches academic and cultural life at both the University of Virginia and the broader community of Charlottesville, and UVA’s response to the recent hate crimes in some parts of the United States. She also spoke about how research such as UVA’s Yamuna river project in India benefits the university’s students.

#SmartStudent: 5 tips on dating when you're studying abroad

Our #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.

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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