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Germany Student Visa Application – Document Required & Things to Keep in Mind

Do you dream of studying in one of the most advanced countries in the world? With its state of the art infrastructure, astounding architecture, high-standards of education and breathtaking engineering, Germany is one of the most preferred destinations for students all over the world and offers a good scope in career growth. Read more

Study in Australia

A Quick Guide to Pursuing College Studies in Oz

Australia is the 3rd most popular study destination, after US and UK, for international students. This English-speaking continent-country boasts of some of the world’s best facilities and educators providing students with a range of quality study options through its 1,100 academic institutions. Australia also has a sizeable Indian diaspora that is growing with 60,062 Indian students taking a flight to down under in 2017-18. Read more

Big Questions : ACT vs SAT

Most colleges in the US give you a choice of examination. You can either give the SAT or the ACT, and most people have a thousand questions about each – does one of them help you in front of the Admissions Board at your chosen college? Which of them is ‘easier’? Which of them is ‘more scoring’? Read more

What is the LSAT?

The LSAT, or the Law School Admission Test, is taken by students across the world who want to enter Law School in the United States, Canada, and a growing number of law schools in other countries (e.g. Australia). It is designed to test the logical, thinking, and written communication abilities of test takers, with additional sections that test Reading Comprehension skills. Read more

Explore TU9 Universities in Germany

Germany has always been a top destination for technical education. This is because it is home to world-class universities offering cutting-edge programs and research opportunities to students from around the world. Check out 8 Reasons to Choose Germany for Your College Studies. Read more

What is the PSAT? How is it Different From the SAT?

The Preliminary SAT (PSAT) is a test conducted by the College Board in the US (the same organization that administers the SAT). It is taken by students across the world who want to get an idea of the SAT format and difficulty level well before they take the actual SAT itself. In India, many students take the PSAT in Grade 10 or 11. Though there is no compulsion to take this test for admission to colleges in the United States, it can provide an important competitive edge. 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

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