Destination Abroad



Study Abroad Challenges For International Students from India

Jan 31,18

Study abroad experience was a great experience for me. I learned a lot and had some great memories. But, you should not make the mistake of assuming that it will be all rosy. At times, it will be hard and emotionally taxing. But believe me; you will come out as a stronger and more confident person. It’s all about getting out of your comfort zone, express yourself, have fun, and …

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This Essay Got a Student Accepted into Harvard, Yale, & MIT

Jan 30,18

Harvard University freshman Brenden Rodriquez is immersed in the strenuous course load required of his mechanical engineering major. But before he was accepted to the prestigious Ivy League school, he had to first navigate the tricky aspect of writing a stellar admissions essay. His hard work certainly paid off. In addition to Harvard, he gained acceptances at Yale, MIT, Columbia and the University of Virginia. Rodriquez brilliantly merged two of …

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List of US Universities with Late Deadlines

Jan 29,18

While we encourage students to apply early for colleges, all is not lost if you missed them.  There are plenty of colleges with much later deadlines.  In fact, Money Magazine took a look and there are more than 500 colleges whose application deadlines for the fall 2017 academic year fall between Jan. 15 and Aug. 15. And more than 200 colleges take applications on a “rolling” or “space available” basis …

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Careers in Actuarial Science in USA, Germany and India

Jan 26,18

Careers in Actuarial Science: Introduction, Education, Top Universities and Jobs | Excellent Career Option for Maths & Statistics Lovers Do you love playing with numbers? Have you got a curious and analytical brain? Are you a practical-oriented person with a passion for business and computer software? Do you want to make a lot of money? If your answer is YES for all the questions, then a Career in Actuarial Science …

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Top Graduate Schools for IT – Study in the USA

Jan 25,18

Here, we take a look at the top engineering graduate schools, according to U.S. News and World Report’s National University Rankings, which are determined by a mix of surveys and other objective data. U.S. News states that 77.5 percent of the results are based on hard data such as graduation rates and admissions data, while the remaining 22.5 percent is based on peer assessment surveys from the president, provost and dean of admissions …

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Best Countries for Higher Education and Jobs in Mechanical Engineering

Jan 24,18

Mechanical Engineering is one of the key branches of core engineering. Mechanical Engineering is also referred to as the “Mother” branch of Engineering. The field of mechanical engineering is extremely broad and diverse with wide application base. Not only designing, but mechanical engineering has got applications in all stages of product manufacturing. Due to the wide applications of the mechanical engineering field, education and training are of utmost importance. Job opportunities for …

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Best Countries with Post-Study Work Opportunities For Indian Students

Jan 23,18

Best Countries with Post-Study Work Opportunities for Indian Students The international (and Indian) students are already in a state of high tension after the US Government made significant changes in the immigration and visa rules. The recent scrapping of the 457 visa category by the Australian Government made the case worse. The UK has stopped the post-study work visa long back in 2011-12. Things are no different in Singapore and …

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Careers in Renewable Energy: Job Opportunities, Fields of Study, and Top Universities

Jan 22,18

Renewable energy field has great potential for jobs of the future. Besides, renewable energy is also critical for the safety of our planet. The existence of Cyborgs, Time Machine and Extinction of Humans by Machines are debatable. But, Climate Change is Real. So, we do need personnel with the expertise in energy and climate change. So, what exactly is renewable energy? Why is renewable energy a good field to get into? …

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Top Robotics Universities in the USA

Jan 19,18

“Robotics and other combinations will make the world pretty fantastic compared with today- Bill Gates”. Investing majorly in the youth workforce today is a crucial step for the future robotic world. We cannot deny the fact the world is becoming automated and there is a massive growth in the technological sector; As we are moving ahead there will be a time when robots will be counted as a basic need …

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Top Careers for Non-Engineering, Non-Medical and Non-Technical Graduates

Jan 18,18

While growing up in India in late 70s and early 80s, everyone wanted to be either an engineer or a doctor. After completing my degree in engineering, coming to the U.S. in early 90s and pursuing two graduate degrees (Engineering and M.B.A.) and now having more than 20 years of experience in various industries such as technology, Travel, Financial Services etc., I have come to the realization there are umpteen …

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MBA vs MS Business Analytics vs MS Data Science – Tips for Choosing the Right Program

Jan 17,18

Here is the second and concluding part of the blog post series on MBA vs MS Business Analytics vs MS Data Science. In this part, we will look at how each of those programs pits against each other and how to figure out the right program. We will break down the job opportunities for MBA vs Business Analytics. Secondly, we will look at the differences in job roles of Data Scientist vs Data …

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Prestigious Scholarships for Indian Students

Jan 16,18

Wherever you go around the world, Indian students are popular and in great demand. With nations, for example, Canada and Australia giving gigantic huge incentives to Indian understudies to draw them to their shores, there are numerous foundations around the globe that offer grants only to Indian understudies. Generally these grants have a tendency to be pointed towards Masters and PhD programs however on the ascent are grants for undergraduates …

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The Value of a Stanford MBA

Jan 5,18

An article up on “Bloomberg BusinessWeek” paints a portrait of the value of a Stanford MBA. Written by Shahien Nasiripour the piece (“Why Stanford MBAs Earn the Most“) focuses on how Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, ranked second — after Harvard Business School — in the latest “Bloomberg BusinessWeek” ranking of top MBA programs.  Take a look: Stanford University’s business school has produced at least four self-made billionaires and 244 active …

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How to Become a Data Scientist – Top Study Program in 2018

Jan 4,18

In 2017 Big Data gave way to AI at centre stage of the technology hype cycle. The practice of data science and machine learning capabilities are increasingly being adopted across a wide range of industries and applications.  The challenges in data analytics are now being addressed by machine learning. Machine learning, AI, and Predictive Analytics have been the top buzzwords in 2017. We witnessed a growth in value-producing innovations around data this …

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Top 5 Countries to Study Renewable Energy

Dec 22,17

If you are thinking about going for a Master’s degree in Renewable (Green or Sustainable) Energy, this is unarguably the best time to get into the field. Not only because it’s trending, it’s one of the top three career paths to make a global impact right now. The renewable energy sector jobs are not limited to the engineers and techies only. The renewable energy sector also needs accountants, administrative assistants, …

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Top M.S. Programs and Admission Trends in the U.S. Colleges

Dec 13,17

More than 1.78 million graduate students were enrolled in graduate certificate, education specialist, master’s, or research doctoral programs at U.S. graduate schools in Fall 2015, according to institutions responding to the 2015 CGS/GRE. Colleges received a record 2.18 million applications for admission to graduate programs for study beginning in Fall 2015. U.S. college are segmented as Public colleges or private colleges. Public colleges are funded by the state government and include …

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US Universities for GRE Scores 300, 305, 310, 315, 320

Dec 11,17

The GRE score obviously plays an important role in your MS applications and admission process. But, it’s certainly not the single most vital component. When it comes to evaluation, the admission officers are going to look at your overall profile – GPA, CV, Statement of Purpose, Letters of Recommendation, internships and work experience along with your GRE score. It’s a reality that someone with 311 can get into a University …

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Big Data & Data Science in the Banking & Finance (FinTech) Sector

Dec 4,17

Technology has played a vital role in the evolution of the banking and finance industry. Advanced Technology has completely changed the way the banks operated. It has made the life much easier for the customer and the banking officials. When we talk about the technology it’s not only about the online transaction, internet banking, banking apps, online stock transaction etc. It is difficult to overstate the importance of data in …

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Donald Trump and the US F1 Visa Policies

Dec 1,17

Ever since Trump made clear his intentions with regard to visa policy for immigrants, the number of international students, especially those that follow Islam, have been understandably dropping. These unfriendly policies have definitely impacted Indian students as well. Irrespective of what religion they follow, the number of Indian students wanting to study in the US has been adversely affected. However, it isn’t all doom and gloom for students still interested …

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11 Scholarships in Europe for Non-EU International Students

Nov 30,17

To attract students outside Europe, governments of EU/EEA member countries and a number of Universities in Europe offer tuition fee waivers or scholarship programs for non-EU international students. scholars4dev.com lists the Top 10 scholarships in Europe for non-EU students. European Government Scholarships for Non-EU Students »   Holland Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students (Netherlands) The Holland Scholarship, financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, is meant for international students from outside the European …

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Best Masters Programs in Data Science & Big Data Analytics in Europe

Nov 29,17

Europe is an excellent destination from the point of view of the quality of education, the flexibility of course curriculum, practical and research-orientation, industry links, and mobility (trans-national studying opportunities). There are hundreds of good programs in Europe in the field of data science and data analytics. So, I will be covering them in a series of two posts. I have selected the programs after going through the course content, interdisciplinary nature, departmental profiles, industry …

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Scholarships for Indian students in Germany

Nov 28,17

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers scholarships to Indian students in Germany. Applicants get a chance to collaborate in projects with German scientists, researchers and practitioners in a wide variety of areas. DAAD Scholarships are open to all subjects, be it Architecture, Management, Technology or Arts and Literature. Following is a brief description of the scholarships on offer: Scholarships for Students in Germany: I. DAAD WISE (Working Internships in Science & Engineering) …

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How to Apply to Study Medicine in Germany

Nov 27,17

Germany is an ideal location for studying medical degree, offering high-quality education at an affordable price. An important fact to note about medical programs in Germany is that training programs are not divided between bachelors and masters – a medical training program takes six years to complete and is conducted entirely in German, so you’ll need a strong knowledge of the language. However, alternative programs in the medical field do …

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Study in Germany after 12th – Undergraduate Studies

Nov 24,17

There is a huge craze for study in Germany. While the MS programs in Germany get more attention in the media due to the availability of more courses that are entirely taught in English, the undergraduate (Bachelor) programs do not get that much of limelight. In this post, we will look at the undergraduate education in Germany. Get to know about undergraduate courses, top universities, eligibility criteria, application process and job …

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Educational Careers to choose if you love sports

Nov 23,17

It has been said that if you work at something you love, you will never work a day in your life. Similarly, If you love sports, then there are a lot of career options beyond being an athlete. Many sports occur in an instructive setting. Truth be told, school is the place that many individuals credit with motivating their adoration for sports. In the event that you feel that you …

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