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Go to UK, only if you are really serious!!

Students planning to go to the UK for further education seem to be in a dilemma. The PSW(Post Study Work) visa or Tier I visa is being banned from April 2012. Every year thousands of students set off to pursue their education in UK. If we believe the official figures presented by the education promotion India, the number of students ...

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Is UK a great destination to study?

For scores of┬áIndian students wanting to pursue a higher education overseas the second most preferred choice happens to be UK. But currently due to some stringent new visa rules, the once popular┬ádestination has taken a hit. UKÔÇÖs top notch and prestigious universities like Oxford and Cambridge still manage to attract academic talent even from America. The international student population from ...

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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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Business Management courses in France

The French are not only passionate about their food and wine. They are equally motivated by the education they offer in the field of Business management. In the past few weeks with the research JAM has conducted on some of the leading B-Schools in France, we figured out that there was something for every niche field in the huge domain ...

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The Eclectic MBA in France

While a lot of us are contemplating constantly on careers like Finance and Consulting, which are usually fulfilled with a mainstream MBA, France on the other hand offers diverse and niche business administration programs at the post graduation level. France, just like its cuisine, has a lot to offer. Take your pick and fly away!   ESSEC offers specialized MBA ...

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Admissions open for Maastricht University

For February and September 2012 intake Maastricht University, The Netherlands invites applications for its February and September 2012 intakes for all Bachelors and Masters Courses. It’s one of the universities in Europe that has topped 109 in the QS university world ranking and also stands 25th in the best universities for its MBA degree. In a telephonic conversation with Bert ...

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Goooooo Canada!!

One of the best places to live. Many Indian students have thought of going abroad for their post graduate education. Those who seriously consider it as an option, do so to have brighter career prospects and attain global exposure. Earlier, UK, US and Australia were considered to be the hottest destinations by Indian students. With a recession world wide, no ...

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Crocodile Dandi

Violent attacks against Indian students in Australia have made headlines in India over the last few days. It started with the case of Shravan Kumar becoming a prime time issue. Now many more such stories are tumbling out of the closet. Baljinder Singh was stabbed last week while Rajesh Kumar suffered 30 per cent burns after a petrol bomb was ...

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Show me the dollars!

Unlike post graduate studies, it’s hard to get scholarships or other kinds of assistance from US universities if you pursue an undergrad education. So, is it something only rich kids should aim for? Students who’ve been down that road share their advice. Their experiences may help you decide. Green card holders have it easier I finished my 12th in India ...

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