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Insider’s View on Organising Multi-Crore Festivals

Posted on Jun 05, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

Festival ˈfɛstɪv(ə)l/ Noun 1.Something you don’t associate with ‘nerds’. 2.The heart and soul of IITians, and a legacy to protect..READ MORE

What Study Abroad Courses Can You Pursue After Your 12th Arts

Posted on Jun 04, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

Completing the 12th Arts program leaves one in a difficult spot, with sundry undergraduate programs and courses to pick from...READ MORE

Top Study Abroad Courses after 12th Science

Posted on May 22, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

You are enrolled in 12th Science, and in the midst of all academics, the reality of an undergraduate degree has..READ MORE

Understanding Tier 4 Visa Rules For UK Study Abroad Applicants

Posted on Apr 03, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

Despite the fact that United Kingdom continues to rank as one of the world’s most popular postgraduate study destinations, with..READ MORE

Everything You Wanted to Know About the GRE

Posted on Mar 13, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

The GRE, or Graduate Record Examination, is a test taken by students who plan to apply to graduate school. It..READ MORE

Scored Low in Your Board Exams? It’s Not the End of the World

Posted on Jan 24, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

What Happens If You Don’t Perform Well in Exams? Students appearing for their Board exams go through undue stress because..READ MORE

How Important Are Your 12th Grade Marks in Your Future Career?

Posted on Jan 23, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

As the months of February and March approach, high school students in their 10th and 12th grade begin to feel..READ MORE

How Indian Students Can Cope With Culture Shock While Studying Abroad

Posted on Jan 02, 2018 by ReachIvyOutreach

Here’s an excerpt from a letter written by one of our students who went abroad: “The first two months abroad..READ MORE

How to Tackle Homesickness When You are Studying or Working Abroad

Posted on Dec 29, 2017 by ReachIvyOutreach

Tips for Dealing with Homesickness Abroad Homesickness can arise from a number of different factors — difficulty adjusting to a..READ MORE

8 Tips for Women to Be Safe While Studying Abroad

Posted on Dec 22, 2017 by ReachIvyOutreach

Consider the following statistics. According to Open Doors (2002), the leading source of US national statistics on study abroad, twice..READ MORE

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