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Study in Singapore: How to Apply for a Bachelors in Singapore

Halfway from the east and the west of the world lies a tiny island nation – Singapore. Originally, about two centuries ago Singapore was a famous trading post for the East India Company and it enabled economic relations between both sides. Today, Singapore has come a long way from being just a mere economy connecting node. It has a self-sustaining and thriving economy, it’s ranked as the most open economy in the world and has one of the highest GDP globally. Singapore isn’t just an economic powerhouse; it is also an educational hotspot. With its world-class and quality education, Singapore has established itself as a popular study abroad destination. This diverse little country is a foreign student paradise with currently over 50,000 international students from around the world. Read more

Study in Germany: Top Bachelor’s programs that don’t need you to know German

Did you know that Fanta was invented in Germany? Not just Fanta, though, this is also the country that introduced us to luxury car brands like Audi, Volkswagen, and Porsche. The Germans are responsible for an awful lot of things, ranging from automobiles to bicycles, from games to gummy bears, and even from computers to contact lenses. Germany remains associated with inventions and ideas since time immemorial and even now is a country of excellence. For this very reason, Germany is a great choice for higher education, especially for its technical and R&D programs. Read more

7 Tips to make a smooth transition from Indian schools to colleges abroad

Entering college is a pivotal point in most students’ lives. The transition from school to college, in and of itself, is a huge change – you leave behind your school friends, start afresh in a new environment, live away from home, and are faced with a myriad of challenges. However, as an international student, the change is even more stark. In addition to the above-mentioned novelties, international students also have to adjust in a society completely different from their own. Read more

Why opt for a foreign degree?

Every year, thousands of Indian students decide to study in Universities and colleges abroad. Countries, which are favorites with Indian students include USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Needless to say, all of them have English as their language of instruction. Some other countries which are emerging as destinations for Indian students are Singapore, Dubai and Hong Kong. Countries such as Germany, France, China, Italy etc. will continue to draw some interest from Indian students but will never be mainline destinations primarily because of language barriers. Read more

Top 20 colleges for students with mid-level SAT Scores in May 2019 SAT

A sky-high score is something that every SAT aspirant wants. But not everybody is cut out for an SAT 1500. It doesn’t mean that you’re a bad student or that you didn’t study well enough. It simply might not have been your day. And it definitely does not mean that you have no future! Read more

How to apply for an H1-B visa in 2020

Of late the H1-B visa has been constantly in news for one reason or the other. For those who don’t know, H1-B visa allows foreign workers to stay and work in the US while being employed in speciality occupations. These occupations require specific skills and are mostly related to STEM fields—Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. If you are a STEM-graduate you are eligible for an OPT extension. The United States Centre for Immigration Services (USCIS) website lists STEM courses and speciality occupations. Read more

What is Rolling Admission? (2019)

What is rolling admission? In essence, rolling admissions are different from your regular admissions when it comes to one component: THE DEADLINE! Regular admissions have a hard deadline, which means that your application is evaluated only once all the applications are received, after the stipulated deadline. Rolling admissions, on the other hand, are evaluated on a rolling basis, which means an applicant’s profile is assessed until the slots for a particular course are filled in completely. Read more

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