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How to justify BTech backlogs while applying for MS in the US

Decided to study abroad but are backlogs holding you back? This is quite a common situation and trust us, you aren’t completely doomed. Whether you had a personal reason such as health or family commitments that caused you to miss an exam, or you simply couldn’t measure up to it in performance, backlogs don’t necessarily mean that you are poor in academics. There could be a ton of reasons, and the best way to go about justifying them is to be upfront and honest. Read more

All about PhD at London Business School!

London is said to have the largest number of billionaires in the world! And quite a few of these people are legacies of the famous London Business School.

The globally recognized B-school provides top-notch MBA programs. In fact, the London Business School ranking is almost always among the top 5 in the world, and it recently bagged first place in the Forbes rankings for 2019. However, LBS isn’t only about MBAs though. This triple-accredited college also offers world-class masters and PhD programs that are widely sought out, with its masters in finance program ranked number one in the world (Financial Times 2020). But that’s an article for another day, so let’s keep our discussion to the London Business School PhD programs. Read more

How is the Job Market in Canada for an MS Student?

We all know Canada as the land of snow, ice hockey and Maple trees, but there’s another side to this country, its education. Canada is one of the top study-abroad hotspots, right alongside Australia, UK and the USA. While each country has its merits and demerits when it comes to education, Canada doesn’t seem to get enough recognition. It is often overlooked in comparison to its neighbour south of the border, the USA. But the truth is that Canada trumps all the other countries in a multitude of factors, with cost being one of the major ones. So, let’s first understand why Canada is a fantastic place to pick and the many benefits of studying in the nation that has the famous Niagara Falls. Read more

Top 10 Colleges Worldwide Offering Masters in Communication and Media Studies!

Can you imagine life without movies or music, or even just news? We are constantly in contact with the media and while the word ‘media’ usually sounds like news channels and journalism, it isn’t just that.

Media is YouTube’s one-pot recipes and 5-minute crafts. It is Netflix and Spotify that bring movies and music from all over the world, and it’s also the stock profiles you check every morning on CNBC. Media is Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, though these fall into a narrower category called social media. Read more

Flying to UK as an International Student in 2020? You’ll Need this Checklist!

Have you decided that you’ll be studying in UK? Are you just one step away from your dream college? Firstly, we admire you! While the whole world is looking for ‘safe’ options, you have decided to embrace this challenge and go ahead with your study abroad plans, this makes you a leader! And leaders are what the world needs! Read more

What is a Good GRE Score to Apply for a PhD in the USA?

The land of liberty isn’t just about fried food and American football. The USA is consistently the most popular study abroad destination for students from all over the world. Wondering why? Take a look at any world university ranking list, the USA is sure to dominate it, and this is a direct reflection of the effort and investment the country puts into developing its education standards. With institutes that have a history spanning centuries, mixed with a modernized global culture, the USA is among the top in the world for technology, innovation and world-class programs! Read more

How to Become an Environmental Economist

Economics! What’s the first thing that comes to your mind? In the simplest sense, economics is about supply and demand. Before we dive into the details of environmental economics, let’s get an Eco101 recap. There’s the supply curve and the demand curve. The point where the supply meets the demand is the ideal situation, and the universal goal is to hit this equilibrium. They look like this. Read more

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