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If youíre in Delhi on February 11, donít miss our student information session, where experts from around the world will answer your questions
BY Braingain Staff Writer |   20-01-2017

Studying abroad is what many of us dream of. But when we actually get started, the most immediate result is bewilderment: Where to study? What to study? Whom to ask for information? What about money and visas? Can I survive on instant noodles?

You can get answers to all your questions, big or little, during the BrainGain Magazine student information session at the One Globe Forum in New Delhi on Saturday, February 11, afternoon. The session will include panel discussions and workshops on studying abroad, financial aid and scholarships, visas, the admissions process, cracking the Ivy League and Oxbridge, and a session on our summer school programs such as the Knowledge@Wharton High School Global Young Leaders Academy. The session would help students of class 9-12, college students, and also young graduates who are considering higher studies abroad.

Last year’s session included speakers such as Andrew White of Hofstra University in New York, Ji Mi Choi of Arizona State University, University of Cambridge lecturer Shailaja Fennell, and Education USA advisor Zafeena Suresh. BrainGain Magazine founder Harjiv Singh says, “Our expert speakers, who have dealt with students and understand the nature of foreign institutions, can offer valuable insights to parents and students.”

The winners of the Knowledge@Wharton investment competition regional finale for South Asia and the Middle East will also be announced during the information session. So will the winners of the BrainGain Magazine Care For Air essay competition, and one person will take home a Kindle in a lucky draw.



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