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6 Facts About Life at Wharton

The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania was the first Business School in the USA, and continues to be in the top 0.1% of Business Schools – whether graduate or undergraduate – in the world. So what is it about life at Wharton that produces one of the most committed alumni pools in the world? Here’s a closer look: Read more

6 Facts About Life at INSEAD

INSEAD is the global business school in the future. Spanning one year, three countries, hundreds of cultures, and thousands of learning tools, your INSEAD experience will definitely be like no other.

Here are a few things that set INSEAD apart:

There is true global exposure

INSEAD now has three campuses – in France, Singapore and Abu Dhabi. Students often rotate among the campuses, and the impact is huge. The very fact that you are given an in-depth look at three of the most vibrant economies in the world today is eye-opening. In addition, looking closely at three different ways of doing business is something that will make you a truly global business leader. Not to mention, a very happy tourist, as well! Read more

Study in Germany : 8 Reasons to Choose Germany for Your College Studies

Universities, courses, cost of living, visa, jobs and more!

Germany is a name that is synonymous with innovation. Contact lens, airbags, X-rays, MP3, glue stick…Germany’s contribution to making our day to day life simpler goes on and on. In consonance with its zero-emission mobility vision by 2030, the country aims to become the lead market and provider for electric mobility. That’s good news for electrical, chemical, ICT and allied sectors and great news for prospective job seekers, many of whom are international students. Read more

Top 10 Community Colleges in the US

Community colleges are public-funded educational institutes in the US. Also known as junior colleges, technical colleges or city colleges, they offer 2-year Associate of Arts(AA) or Associate of Science(AS) degrees. Many of them have a special agreement for the transfer of credits to 4-year universities. This agreement, often known as an articulation agreement, follows the ‘2+2 process’ in which a student takes the first two years of undergrad classes at the community college followed by two years of university studies. Read more

Is Your MBA Program STEM-Designated?

First off, the basics. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Courses under these streams are decided by the Department of Homeland Security under the federal government. The US Department of Labour estimates 2.5 million job openings in STEM-related fields in 2018-19 (Smith, 2017). Organizations are increasingly turning to STEM fields for problem-solving and innovation. Read more

Top 4 Universities of Ireland, their Eligibility Criteria and Application Process

Top universities, scholarships, living costs, jobs and much more!

While universities in the US have accepted fewer international students this year, European universities are making hay and are attracting bright students from all over the world. Correspondingly, we have registered a surge in the number of students inquiring about universities in UK, France, Germany and Ireland. Read more

Beat the GMAT with Smart Studying Strategies

We are all used to the same, old-fashioned ways of studying for our examinations. But, when you use out-dated techniques, you cannot get the desired output. Most students are stuck with the same methods and strategies, be it in graduate, post-secondary, or high school level studies. But, we are all aware of a talented few who can rise and shine, in spite of putting in half the amount of effort and time as you. Read more

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