Study in the USA

Looking for a place to study? If so, a US university could be a sound choice. Sound academic training and the international atmosphere will make your student days in the USA unforgettable.



Post Graduation in USA vs India

Nov 22,18

Students start hunting for post graduation courses as soon as they graduate or maybe even sooner than that! In India students usually begin with their preparation for higher studies in their pre-final year of the grad course. Engineering students mostly go for MBA or an MS while other graduates go for masters in their respective fields. The most contrasting yet common combination Indian students follow is taking up an MBA …

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2018 Career in Data Science

Nov 7,18

What is Data Science? Data Science is a blend of scientific methods, process, algorithms and systems to extract knowledge and insights from data in various forms to solve analytically complex problems. Data science is the ultimate way to elicit business values from relevant data and statistics. It is almost as similar as data mining which at an intricate and in-depth level showcase substantive detail about a particular activity. It helps …

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Studying MS in Germany vs USA

Oct 24,18

Confused if you should apply to the US or German universities for your undergrad program? Maybe you want to pursue a Master’s or a PhD and wondering which country would suit you best. Well, we have jotted down the major deciding factors for you which will help clear your mind and make a rational decision for your future. Course Options US Engineering, MBA, PhD, IT, Computer science, Electrical engineering, Biotechnology, …

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Trump and H1B immigration

Oct 24,18

Trump has taken over the H1B and F1 Visa quite prominently, it has created a havoc for international students seeking to study in the United States and more so for the employees who are serving in myriads of IT companies already. The changes in the H1B immigration status has affected people on the personal and professional, both the fronts. Let’s take a quick view of how Trump has changed things …

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GRE Exam Tips And Tricks

Oct 13,18

So you are planning to give your GRE Test soon and panicking, rushing, floating back and forth worrying about it? We know the feeling and the intense last set of days when the REAL COUNTDOWN BEGINS. This is the time you had been waiting for years and now you are having second thoughts about the whole idea in the first place? Or maybe you are forgetting the easiest quant formula …

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Update 2018: Problems with US H1B and F1 Visa

Oct 13,18

If you have been planning on going to the united states for your masters, you must have heard about the turmoil after Trump became the president. There are tons of problems with US H1B and F1 Visa cropping up every single day, it is making life strenuous for students who wish to go to the United States for further studies. And for those who reside in the universities, it has …

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Top universities in the U.S. for an MS in computer science

Mar 26,18

If you are interested in Computer Science, Choose the United State of America as the best option. MS in Computer Science USA will give you a lifetime of experience. It will mould your life and give you a great opportunity to walk hand in hand with the world of technology. In this fast-developing technology world, it’s very important to study computer science and contribute something to the world. There are many US Universities …

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Education Loans Challenges and Opportunities

Mar 25,18

Today the dreams of pursuing higher education from renowned institutions both at home and abroad are catching up amongst the new-gen youth like wild fire. With every promising young mind aspiring for best quality schooling, which we know comes at a cost, loans are gaining vital connotations in the education sector. Educational loans are fast emerging as support systems for those unable to afford study abroad or even at the …

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Career Paths in Forensic Science

Mar 15,18

Are you a fan of the popular crime & detective series like CSI, Bones, Sherlock Homes or our Desi CID series? Are you feeling fascinated to become the next Dr. Salunkhe – a forensic scientist? Well, a forensic scientist is not a single job title. In this post, we will look into the various job roles and top 13 career paths in forensic science. Image Sources: IMDB Careers in Forensic Science …

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Transitioning into your new life abroad

Feb 23,18

The ups and downs of transitioning into your new life abroad Studying abroad is an amazing yet challenging opportunity. It is easier to prepare for the fun and adventure than the obstacles. In an attempt to better prepare students for the trials that come with studying abroad, my program provided an introduction packet. It gave general facts and information on the specific country as well as what to expect when …

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US Universities With Scholarships For International Students

Feb 15,18

Universities With Scholarships For International Students. The US educational system ranks as one of the best and most preferred in the world, it is a well-known fact that more than half of the best universities in the world are located in the US according to the QS world University rankings. Although having an educational experience that is enjoyable is guaranteed in US but the cost is usually at the top …

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Top 20 Business Schools in the US

Feb 13,18

Here is the latest list from of business schools by U.S. News & World Report, which ranked 131 MBA programs based on criteria that includes job placement, starting salary, selectivity, and assessments by peers and recruiters. The schools were given a numerical score, with 100 representing the best possible result. Read on to learn more about the 20 top business schools in America. Note: Tuition figures reflect annual costs for out-of-state students. 20. Emory University — …

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All You Need to Know About MBA Abroad

Feb 5,18

An MBA degree is always considered as a lucrative career option. A full-time classroom-based MBA offers an immersive experience along with an accelerated carer boost that other forms of learning can hardly match. If you are entering the job market with an MBA from a top international business school, then the salaries could be really enviable. In this post, we will look into the eligibility criteria, entrance exams, and application (evaluation) process for pursuing MBA abroad. …

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4 India-born CEOs who excelled with MBA from Foreign Universities

Feb 2,18

From Google to PepsiCo, most of these big names of the industry are run by India-born CEOs. For decades these Multinational heads have been playing an important role in global technology landscape and have taken the realm of technology and business to whole new levels. Born and brought up in the most common households in India, these CEOs have made their mark with sheer perseverance and scholarly dedication and with …

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What do Universities Look For in Personal Statement (SOP)

Feb 1,18

It’s almost the end of the application/admission cycle for the Fall 2018 intake. I had a great time advising and mentoring the young chaps and few matured folks (in their mid-30s) with their applications for foreign universities. When I look back, there was something common for almost all the applicants. They really struggled with what to write in a Statement of Purpose (SOP) or how to write an effective personal …

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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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