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Australia Making Visas More Attractive for International Students

The Australian government has announced a “broader, simpler, fairer” visa framework for international students. A move calculated to benefit all parties involved.

How to be a good architect - Q & A with Prof. Lochhead

BrainGain Magazine spoke to Prof. Helen Lochhhead, Dean of Faculty of Built Environment at University of New South Wales, Sydney, about how to choose a progamme, interdisciplinary learning, and faculty.

Make a Movie, Win a Trip to Australia

Australian Trade Commission’s video contest for Indian Schools to compete for study trip to Australia

Deakin University to award 100% tuition-fees waivers to 4 Indian students

Australia’s Deakin University has joined hands with Biocon, Rajasthan Royals, and Times Network to offer 100% tuition-fee waivers to STEM, sports and creative arts students.

Australian MP criticises government for neglecting international students

MP Julian Hill of Brisbane called the government’s treatment of international students "mean" and "miserable."

What can ANU do for you?

September 22, 2021 |
Professor Ian Young AO is the Vice-Chancellor of Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra. He is also the Director of Australia's prestigious Group of Eight (Go8) university coalition. Prof Young spoke to braingainmag.com in New Delhi about what a student can expect to get from attending ANU.

Students from Delhi, Nashik, and Noida win the Advance to Australia Video Competition

5 teams were declared the winners of the 2016-17 Advance to Australia Video Competition for high-school students on 10th April in New Delhi

The Top 10 Australian Universities for Medicine

BrainGain magazine brings you a list of ten schools in Australia, where you can experience the best of medical education.

BIG DATA: It's not size that matters; it's what you do with it

One of the fastest growing fields today, Big Data offers great professional scope to graduates.

Australian Government Launches Video Competition for Indian School Students

Develop a short three-minute video in English on a theme nominated by the partner university in Australia and win exciting prizes!

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