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Study in Denmark: Freddy Svane, Danish Ambassador to India

Want to study in Denmark but afraid you’ll face language barriers? English is a fully working language throughout the country, says Danish Ambassador to India, Freddy Svane. He had a chat with braingainmag.com in New Delhi, in which he revealed some interesting titbits for anyone wanting to study in Denmark.

5 top technical skills that will make your CV stand out

With the increasing level of competition in jobs, just brandishing an undergraduate degree doesn’t ensure that your CV makes the cut. What better to bring to the table than technical skills? We give you 5 that are in great demand.

Pakistan's Educational War

If Pakistan want to compete with India, they need to invest more in education, says Dr. Javaid R. Laghari - Chairperson and Federal Minister of Pakistan's Higher Education Commission.

61% of education leaders say India's higher education is outdated

A survey, titled ‘Upskilling India’, notes that Indian higher education is unable to respond to society's changing needs

A unique college for the Building Arts

In Charleston, a city famous for its historic buildings, students can earn degrees in the traditional skills that enable them to restore architectural heritage around the world

Discover Sports Skills Training in Odisha with Australia's Centurion University

Australia’s Centurion University will establish a Sports Skills Training Centre in Odisha, the first in India to utilize a wide range of sports, fitness, wellness, and lifestyle courses focusing on applied learning and vocational skills.

5 transferable skills that will boost your value in the job market

Transferable skills are those that you have built up over the years, and can go a long way in persuading the recruiters that you are right for the job.

Roy Newey: Promoting Skills and Employment

English-born entrepreneur, Roy Newey has worked for more than 30 years in over 80 countries to promote skills - driven by the belief that every human being has a right to the indelible sense of self-worth that only work enables.

Book Review: How to Raise an Adult

Author Julie Lythcott-Haims, a former dean at Stanford University, says young people raised by helicopter parents emerge from college without basic survival skills like how to cook, clean, or solve their own problems

"Everything We Do in Class Will Need to Have a Real-World Implication"

Sandy Hooda, Co-Founder of Vega Schools, spoke to BrainGain magazine about education, evolving classrooms, and the future of jobs. Read more below.

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