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A World of Opportunity: Art History at The University of Sydney

If you're interested in art, why not explore art history at the University of Sydney, with its unique specialisations and practical experience? Read more below.

Find out which city is perfect for you to study abroad

Whether it’s lolling about on Bondi beach in Sydney or chatting with your friends in a tea house in Seoul, this list of student cities will help you find your future academic home.

Win a Year of Study in Australia

The Australian Trade Commission’s “Win your Future Unlimited” on-line competition offers an opportunity to win a year of study in Australia.

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.

Study in Australia Infographic

BrainGain magazine brings you a fun way to look at Australia as an international education destination.

Why the Gold Coast has become India's favourite classroom

The Gold Coast is attracting an increasing number of international students. Find out why below.

Michael Kasprowicz Dir. Kaspa Australia; Fmr. Test Cricketer; UQ MBA Student

August 25, 2019 |
Michael Kasprowicz, former Australian test cricketer, talks to braingainmag.com in his most recent capacity as Goodwill Ambassador on behalf of the University of Queensland and MBA student. He is also Director of Kaspa Australia, working towards healthy Australia-India business partnerships, and serves as a Board Director for Cricket Australia. In addition he is an active member of the Australia-India Business Council. Kasprowicz tells us as a bit about why studying for an MBA at the University of Queensland can be an invaluable experience.

3 MT: Australia's Academic Showcase

BrainGain magazine spoke to Dr. Krystyna Haq, Graduate Education Officer in the University of Western Australia, about the 3 Minute Thesis competition organised at UWA in September 2015. She discussed the reasons behind UWA's success in the competition, its research strengths, as well as continued engagement with pushing the boundaries of science. Read more below.

Here's your chance to win a study trip to Australia!

Participate in a video competition for high-school students in India. If you're among the 5 winning teams, you, your teammate, and a teacher will get to visit an Australian university, all expenses paid

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