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How Millennials Are Impacting Communication in The Workplace

Posted on Nov 22, 2017

Suits, meetings, handshakes? These are old news. In the millennial controlled workplace, the theme is casual. The English language has constantly been evolving since the days of Shakespeare. The Queen’s language has imbibed some of the flavors of its colonies. Words like ‘chutney’, or ‘guru’ are now a part of the Cambridge and Oxford dictionary...READ MORE

How to Choose the Right College or Country When Going for Higher Studies Abroad

Posted on Nov 24, 2017

Some students may have a very clear idea on what they want to study or where they’d like to go for their higher studies. But if the wide variety of choices of programs and destinations confound you, and you are unable to pick the right one, here is a 5 point plan to keep in..READ MORE

5 Tips to Manage Your Money While Being a Student Abroad

Posted on Nov 14, 2017

It’s not just the money, honey! The whole gamut of handling the finances, budgeting, saving, and securing yourself against a financial crisis can break any student’s resolve to study abroad. Thankfully, with a bundle of financial packages, loans, credit facilities, that are available, students can heave a sigh of relief and go ahead with their..READ MORE

How Indian Students Can Celebrate Thanksgiving While Living Abroad

Posted on Nov 07, 2017

On Thanksgiving Day, you don’t want to stick out like a sore thumb! If you are a student in USA, UK, or Canada, you’d probably catch the Thanksgiving fever soon. Wherever you go – shops, restaurants, malls, school hall, cinema theaters – every place will be abuzz with the holiday excitement. Offices close early, families..READ MORE

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Top 10 Reasons Why an Executive Education Program Can Change Your Life

Posted on Oct 24, 2017

So you have been in the corporate jungle, wondering how you are going to climb your way to the top of the food-chain. You have realized by now that moving laterally, horizontally or in any diagonally is not the way to the top. Having hit the glass ceiling, do you feel stifled by the lack..READ MORE

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7 Ways to Use Diwali Vacations to Boost Your Study Abroad Plans

Posted on Oct 20, 2017

Picture this. You have a vacation of about two weeks for Diwali, as your school closes for the holiday season. You have tons of work to catch up with – homework, project, hobby classes – and you have lined them all up to fulfill during the vacations. Since your exams will commence post vacations, you..READ MORE

5 Mistakes to Avoid While Writing Your Statement of Purpose Essays

Posted on Oct 17, 2017

If you are pondering on what to include in your study abroad essays, and unable to come up with a full list of things to write about, here is some help. I can tell you what not to write about. How’s that for a start? Here are a few cardinal mistakes student make when they..READ MORE

10 Point Plan to Help Kids Plan and Prepare for a Bright Career

Posted on Oct 11, 2017

The good part of living in these exciting times is that unlike the older generation, the new generation of kids have a plethora of career options to suit their needs. The challenge however, is that without a focused approach, and a broad spectrum understanding of skills and knowledge, kids will be left far behind in..READ MORE

How Studying Abroad Helps You Launch Your Career in India and Abroad

Posted on Sep 29, 2017

The world around us is constantly evolving. Even as we speak, new technology is replacing old ones. What used to be lessons etched in stone have now become defunct and dated. The future managers of the world will be better poised to enhance their career, with an international program under their belt. Whether you are..READ MORE

Why Foreign Collaborations With Indian Institutes Are Benefiting Students

Posted on Sep 22, 2017

Studying abroad is a dream for many Indian students. However, not many Indian students can afford the education. To match this need gap, in 2016, the Ministry of HRD, Government of India made amendments to the UGC program to respond to the aspirational needs of students. The program aims to engage with Foreign Educational Institutions..READ MORE

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5 Mistakes Indians Make While Applying for Overseas Education

Posted on Sep 21, 2017

Picture Courtesy: Pixabay/punttim Every year Admissions officers reject hundreds of college applications because they were not done right. School officers are left exasperated when applicants don’t follow basic guidelines that were spelled out clearly in the application form. As a result, academically brilliant candidates get left behind simply because of oversight. Would you want your..READ MORE

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