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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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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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Studying and Living in Chilly Canada

There’s a lot of disillusionment with the Indian education system. So what is the solution? The good ol’ US of A, right? But then there is always the risk that the consular officer thinks you look like a leper and rejects you or your dad will have to sell cattle to put you through. Anyway I would urge all you ...

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Studying In Singapore

Singapore has three universities: 1 Nanyang Technological University (NTU) 2 National University of Singapore (NUS) 3 Singapore Management University (SMU). NUS offers Medical and Arts courses whereas NTU is purely engineering (Like IIT/Pilani). NTU is big and when I say big I mean BIG. It has about 20,000 students out of which 20% are foreigners. NTU is one of the ...

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