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Study in USA for UG courses: Exams, application, fees, eligibility

'The Updated Comprehensive Step-by-Step Guide to US Undergraduate Admissions' is a reference book that should be picked up at the earliest stage by anyone who is thinking of studying at the undergraduate level in the USA

Engineers prefer UK over US, MBA aspirants opt Canada for jobs: survey

Here is the list if top 10 profiles Indians are opting for in Canada and the United Kingdom. Most Indians are applying in Canada for the post of business analyst, mechanical engineer and software developer. However, the UK has retained its position as the tech magnet

IELTS made easier for foreign nurses and midwives

Under the change, nurses and midwives wishing to work in the UK will still be required to achieve a minimum overall score of 7.0 in IELTS.

How to secure admission into a top global MBA programme in 2019

Are you planning to apply to the top global MBA programs? Check this step-wise approach

Australia awards scholarships to six students to study in India

Under the New Colombo Plan scholarship, six undergraduate Australian students will come to stay, study, work in India. Additionally, 1,261 Australian students will come to India for short-term internships.

Australian university ties-up with ICAR, 13 state agriculture varsities to double farmers’ income

Western Sydney University (WSU) is expected to invest AUD 5 million. WSU is already working with ICAR on a project in Pune

Arts students need to ride AI wave to stay relevant: Kingston University professor

If you are flexible with technology and know marketing, then you have a sustainable career in arts, says professor Miller from Kingston University, London

Sruthi Palaniappan elected president of Harvard student body

Sruthi Palaniappan is 20-year-old Indian American. Her parents migrated to the US from Chennai in 1992. He is elected as president of the Harvard University Undergraduate Council.

Highest number of Indian, Chinese students in US: report

The report said that international students benefit US communities, colleges and universities, in many ways, including economically.

Want to study engineering abroad? Here are countries that offer post-study work permit

Today with visa norms becoming an issue with many developed nations, students have to consider and ponder their destination before investing a sizable amount in their education abroad. Here are some destinations to study Engineering abroad

University of Houston building to be renamed after Indian-American couple

The $51 million building, which opened in 2017, already had a floor named for the couple.

MBA applications decline in US B-schools; rise in Asia-Pacific, Canada and Europe: Survey

The applications have gone up for Asia-Pacific, Canada and European regions, as per the annual application trends survey from the Graduate Management Admission Council