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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

Documenting what you've done: the resume and digital portfolio

Summer is a great time to relax Ė and to jumpstart your college applications. In the 4th instalment of our 12-part series on US college admissions, we discuss how to document your achievements

5 reasons why Hong Kong is a great study destination

Hong Kong is often overlooked by students planning to study abroad. But studying in the city-state has many advantages. Here are 5 reasons why you should consider the East Asian hub.

Being Liberal with Your Education - Undergraduate Curriculum in the US

You donít have to make all your decisions about what to study before you head to the US for a bachelors degree. Time at the university will give you plenty of time to choose. Read more below.

Apply Now for the GREAT Education Scholarships to Study in the UK

This year, the British Council has announced 198 GREAT scholarships for Indian students. Read below to find out more.

What does it take to be a topper? Q&A with Shivang Singh

Shivang Singh, NCR topper of 2017, and alumnus of the KWHS summer programme, talks about his daily routine, the importance of extracurricular activities, and why everyone needs to chill.

What degree will get you a job?

Not sure what to study? Take a look at the traditional options.

New Zealand Excellence Awards winners begin their studies

35 Indians have begun their education in New Zealand after winning the excellence awards.

Letters of recommendation - who, when, and how

In the sixth of her 12-part series, Katherine Ernst Mehta talks about how to get a recommendation letter that can take you one step closer to your dream school.

All you need to know about Carnegie Mellon′s new course for undergrads

With an expansive focus on ethics and social responsibility, Carnegie Mellon University has launched its first-ever undergraduate program in Artificial Intelligence. This will include using AI for social good, such as improving transportation, health care, or education.

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