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Charles Darwin University welcomes the first cohort of international students in 2020

If this pilot program succeeds, the university hopes to welcome another batch in January.

What can ANU do for you?

July 20, 2024 |
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.

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.

'The pandemic has built the case for us and accelerated our plans of blended learning models'

RMIT Professor and smart systems expert, John Thangarajah, talks about online learning, cloud-based tools, and his vision of the future.

Michael Kasprowicz Dir. Kaspa Australia; Fmr. Test Cricketer; UQ MBA Student Part-2

July 20, 2024 |
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 talks about cultural relations for students looking to study in Australia.

Cheap Travel Alternatives for students in Australia

Cheaper domestic travel options in one of the most exciting countries in the world Australia.

International students face financial losses and mental strain as Australia defers opening borders again

Australia has deferred international student entry until December 15 to better understand the new COVID-19 variant. International students on the receiving end yet again!

5 reasons you should be studying in Australia

BrainGain magazine brings you 5 reasons to study in Australia. Other than Hugh Jackman, of course.

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