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Studying In Europe

It is a dream of many students to be able to go abroad for their higher education. Edge over others, Better reputed colleges, new location, cultural exposure, independence and for about a hundred other reasons. Europe and USA are definitely two most coveted destinations for international students. The exposure and the diversity of these nations are key factors that drive ...

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Summer Camp at Cologne Germany. July 3-7, 2017.

Unleashing the Power of Leadership: Deconstructing the Model of Influence The ​International School of Management, Germany brings you a 5 day workshop in July 2017. ISM is a leading private University of Applied Sciences, headquartered in Dortmund, Germany, with campuses in Cologne, Frankfurt main, Hamburg, and Munich.​ This intense workshop is designed for Undergrad Students (1st/2nd year) pursuing a Bachelor in ...

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Don scares Indians off US campuses

The news is from the Economic Times, Mumbai Nov 18, 2016. The US is in turmoil, there are not enough jobs. Their government has been steadily reducing the work visa to international students. This is called called the H1-B Visa Donald Trump’s victory has further spooked the markets severely. He has openly declared an “anti foreigners” policy. Which means you not ...

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Britain to cut student visas by half.

News report From the Indian Express Dec 13, 2016.​ Students who applied for courses in UK Universities have been denied Visas. The UK Government has reduced the student visas by half. The 2016 Brexit vote was but one in part of a process of reducing foreign nationals and job seekers in the UK. Now, the British government is cutting visas ...

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Study in Germany; top Universities, top choice

Pooja Biraia tells you why Germany might be a better option for that Master’s course you have been planning to do abroad. For most people aspiring to go abroad for their post graduation, the US, UK, Canada or some Asian countries are the most frequented destinations. But considering other options can be surprisingly useful. Do consider Germany before making such ...

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Study Engineering in Singapore

Singapore, A small country in Asia. But they are shining like a bright star in the field of technology, business, and Startups !!! Some top ranked universities are doing research in environmental awareness and sustainable living to deal with the global warming issues. National University of Singapore. Nanyang Technological Univesity are some good universities in Singapore. Getting into IIT is quite ...

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Study Abroad: Top Univs in Germany and how to apply

I completed my Bachelors in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering from Hyderabad. In my 3rd year I was scouting for post graduate courses abroad. Following my seniors advice, my search narrowed down to Germany. From over 500 universities in Germany, I found a few universities which had courses of my interests. Universities in Germany are divided in 3 categories: Universität, Fachhochschule ...

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Study Abroad: Why I chose Germany

It all started in my engineering holidays, before starting of my third year. I saw all my seniors, with whom I had a good rapport, worrying about their careers. Few were trying to get placed in campus placements, few were flying to America, Australia, etc. while few were really didn’t knew what to do !! It is after watching that ...

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Homesickness & culture shock- How to overcome.

Studying abroad? Is the fear of homesickness and culture shock the main hindrance in your decision to study abroad? If yes, the following post shares tips to overcome it and be a winner. Read on… It is very common for students studying abroad to experience nostalgia and culture shock that results in confusion, anxiety, and frustration. While the focus of ...

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Social life of a post grad in Melbourne – friends, food, hard work..

The social life of post graduates comes down to two student types – the well-to-do happy-go-lucky types and the ones who have to work hard to make it big. The first types are the rich, financially secure students whose course fees and other expenses are looked after by their elite parents. The second group are middle-class students who have no ...

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