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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

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

10 Reasons Why a Positive Attitude Will Help You Get a Great Job!

Posted on Nov 17, 2017

Which kind of workplace would you prefer to work in? A place where your colleagues give you negative vibes? Or would you rather work in a place where your team mates are gung-ho, upbeat, and enjoying life? Sheela, a business development executive, applied for a job in many companies. She had a decade of work..READ MORE

Category Soft Skills

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

Top Study Abroad Options After 12th Commerce

Posted on Nov 11, 2017

Just a couple of decades ago, Indian students who aspired to study abroad looked only towards engineering, medicine, and law. The courses offered abroad were not  just costly but not aligned with our education system here. However, things have changed considerably since then. With the progress of education and availability of various scholarships opportunities &..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

Category Study Abroad

Top Emerging Courses for Undergrad Science Students

Posted on Nov 03, 2017

How often have your parents and loved ones advised you against pursuing a course of your own choice, because ‘it does not pay well?’ In fact, in most cases, career counsellors are often questioned by parents on what careers will guarantee them good money, comfortable lifestyle, and less stress. So here is a quick lowdown..READ MORE

5 Golden Rules to Begin the Second Innings of Your Career

Posted on Oct 31, 2017

For many reasons, you may have wanted to take a career break. In the case of women, the common reason is that they have decided to get married, have kids, raise a family, go on a vacation, or recuperate from a long term illness. In the case of men who usually are the breadwinners of..READ MORE

Why Cyber Crime Should Be a Concern for Parents of Young Kids

Posted on Oct 27, 2017

Anushka (name changed) spends most of her time on her laptop. The 8th grader has to submit school homework, complete school projects, and other class activities online. Also, most of her friends are on social media, where she interacts with young friends from different parts of the world. However, she encountered many threats online. From..READ MORE

Category Parenting

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

Category Study Abroad

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

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