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5 art scholarships from around the world

Scholarships aren’t just for aspiring engineers and doctors – they’re for artists, too! If you dream of studying fine arts, art history, or architecture abroad, check out this list

Stanford Graduate School of Business Launches New Online Courses for Executives

Are you ready to bring the Stanford Mindset to your business?

Which one is best for you? Choose between Wharton and Chicago Booth

When you're faced with a choice of two great schools, which way do you go? We bring you a comparison.

US mulls tougher foreign student policy, annual visa renewals

International students may be required to reapply for permission to stay in the US every year, if a proposal aimed at increasing national security goes through.

Is Learning How to Code Worth IT?

Learning computer science and machine learning, which is broader than just programming or coding, might make more sense from a futurist perspective.

How Education Took Filipina Raised in Slums to President of US University

Dr Astrid S Tuminez drives Utah Valley University’s dual mission as both a university and community college where 77% of the students work.

The best way to know if a university is right for you – tips from expert Holly Singh

Holly Singh, who oversees many aspects of the international student experience at Arizona State University, shares some great practical tips regarding rankings, choosing a school, and much more

Mathematics to study Economics

Mathematics courses are essential for students interested in Economics. Take lots and lots of undergraduate math courses if you are considering doctoral studies in the US, advises Arvind Panagariya, Professor of Economics and the Jagdish Bhagwati Professor of Indian Political Economy in the School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA), at Columbia University.

Five Key Drivers Fueling the Rise of new IBM CEO Arvind Krishna

The India-educated executive’s meteoric rise is a tribute to the US meritocratic culture and his brilliance as a technologist.

Student Speak: This is why I applied early decision to Emory

Preparing for the next chapter in your student life can be a daunting prospect. But, as long as you think clearly and prepare well, there's nothing to worry about. In the first of our new Student Speak series, Aniketh Khutia, an alumnus of the Knowledge@Wharton High School's summer program, takes us through his application process.

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