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MSc Biomedical Programs with No Tuition Fees in Germany & Norway

Nov 21,17

The biomedical field has been generating a lot of interest among the Indian students. No surprise, several candidates are now looking at to do Masters (and PhD) in the field of biomedical science and biomedical engineering from foreign universities. As we all know, pursuing higher studies abroad does cost a significant amount of money. But, at the same time, there are also various scholarship schemes that international students can apply to. …

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Top 20 MS Computer Science Programs in Europe

Nov 17,17

It’s mid-November, and as usual, I got flooded with queries regarding college lists, admission procedures, application deadlines and availability of scholarships. Not a surprise to me, a lion share of queries have been from the Computer Science and Information Technology graduates. However, there is a difference this time. Unlike last two years (I was used to getting queries from college students), most of the queries are from working professionals (having work …

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European Commission offers Paid Traineeships with Monthly Grants

Nov 15,17

The European Commission is an institution of the European Union, responsible for proposing legislation, implementing decisions, upholding the EU treaties and managing the day-to-day business of the EU. The commission was established in January 16, 1958. The European Commission with the European Commission (or some executive bodies and agencies of the European Institutions like, for instance, the European External Action Service or Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation), offers a paid …

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How to Study Abroad for Free

Nov 15,17

On study free I mean not paying tuition and / or tuition concepts. You may not be able to access scholarships completely funded by universities, foundations or organizations (total or partial enrollment, maintenance, transfers) or the scholarship you have obtained is complementary (maintenance, transfers, support for materials among others), in this case I recommend you consider admission to universities that do not charge tuition or their rates are very low. …

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Study in USA: Ross University International Dean’s Scholarship

Nov 15,17

Ross University is offering the International Dean’s Scholarship Program to eligible applicants. Citizens of any nationality may apply for this scholarship. Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University. Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine founded in 1982, is a college offering the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. It is accredited by the American Veterinary …

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Choosing College and Easy Funding tactics for international students

Nov 13,17

“Did you know that worldwide, almost 63% percent of graduate students receive funding or financial assistance in the form of grants, loans, scholarships, school program assistance etc.” If you are preparing for Graduate school or are joining one and are worried about the financial costs and implications, please read on and evaluate the different methods you can follow to get financial assistance to study in your dream college. 1.  Look …

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Top 9 Business Schools in the US

Nov 10,17

Watch the short videos on Quick facts and overview of the of the top 9 MBA programs in the US by Stoodnt experts, and guess the No. 10 MBA program. If you guess it right, your MBA application for any one of the MBA programs from this list will be FREE for the 2018 intake. Top 9 Business Schools in the US: Quick Facts & Overview   1. Harvard Business School     …

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Free Undergraduate Studies in Germany

Nov 9,17

Undergraduate Studies in Germany: Free Education System, Top Courses, Top Universities, Eligibility Criteria, Application Process and Job Prospects for International Students | Study in Germany after 12th 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 …

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Silicon Valley Wants Liberal Arts Students

Nov 8,17

A great article in Forbes Magazine about the value of a liberal arts degree something Stoodnt has been higlighting to many parents and students…take a look: In less than two years Slack Technologies has become one of the most glistening of tech’s ten-digit “unicorn” startups, boasting 1.1 million users and a private market valuation of $2.8 billion. If you’ve used Slack’s team-based messaging software, you know that one of its catchiest innovations is Slackbot, a …

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Guide to Funding Your Post-Graduate Studies Abroad

Nov 7,17

Funding your graduate program (Master’s degree) abroad could be a significant financial investment. However, international students have a wide range of options to cover the costs of a Master’s degree abroad – assistantships, scholarships, bank loan, sponsorships. In this post, we will talk about the potential ways to fund your studies for a grad school abroad. Potential Ways to Fund your Studies for Grad School    Grad school debt can affect …

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9 Factors to consider while choosing the right college

Nov 6,17

Choosing the right college is one of the most important decisions that students need to make in life. They look for many different options, but tend to overlook some of the most basic factors. Which is why, we have gathered 9 key factors that can help you evaluate potential schools before you apply. 1. Types of Majors and Degrees Available: Aspirants need to verify the Majors and Degree available at their …

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MS in US – Fall 2018 Application Deadlines

Nov 3,17

The application round for MS in US for the fall 2018 intake will be open from September/October. So, it’s time to gear up for the application process. As we all know that the US is one of the best destinations for study abroad; especially the STEM fields. It’s a country where everyone gets enough opportunity to explore their possibilities to grow further in life. The US is home to some of the …

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Custom Term Papers Writing Service by Experts

Oct 30,17

A term paper is usually assigned to students as a research assignment that covers most of the material given over an academic term: a semester, or a whole academic year. It is used by examiners and instructors to estimate how well a student has understood, researched, and incorporated the set material and activities associated with the course. The purpose of writing a term paper is to identify the performance and …

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Top Universities for MS in Data Science in USA

Oct 27,17

Data is the new oil of the modern digital economy. There is a huge amount of data around us, and it’s expanding at an exponential rate. The challenge is that this big data set (Big Data) is noisy and heterogeneous. So, it’s very important to extract knowledge or insights from the data around us. Data science consists of 3 pillars: Statistics & Machine Learning, Computer Science, & Software Development, and …

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How to Choose the Right Career Path – The Study Abroad Dilemma

Oct 26,17

Choosing the right career path could be a confusing and overwhelming task for the majority of students. While people might tell you to pursue your passion, that could be a very vague advice at times. Few people might also tell you to choose a career path that’s trending. But again, that could be a very risky decision. So, how to choose the right career path? In this post, I will …

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How to choose between the USA and Germany for studying abroad?

Oct 25,17

Objective criteria by which living in Germany is better: Much safer Healthier lifestyle (yes lifestyle is a personal choice but in the US it’s much harder for me to live as healthily as I do over here, and the reverse is true, too) Legally guaranteed 24 days of vacation – in practice you often get more Working less hours and being more productive Poor and medium-income people can afford more …

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US Universities with Low Tuition Fees for International Students

Oct 24,17

US Universities charge Tuition/fee differently for State Residents (In-State) and Out-of-state students. International student fall under Out-of-State category.The tuition International Students pay will be twice or thrice of what In-state student pays. Average tuition/fee for International students is at 22,000 USD/year. Following are the some US Universities that have low tuition fee for International students. If you don’t have much funds available to pay, these accredited schools can be your …

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Part Time Job Opportunities in Germany for International Students

Oct 23,17

There are many ways for international students in Germany to earn money while they study, for example as wait staff, academic assistants or private tutors. But there are some restrictions. Rules for students Students from the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland enjoy unrestricted access to the German labour market and have practically the same rights as German students. However, if they work more than 20 hours per week they must …

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India IIT Master-Sandwich-Programme (IIT) in association with DAAD

Oct 20,17

The scholarships offer students from Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) the opportunity to complete a project work as part of their master’s thesis under the guidance of a German professor at one of the TU9 technical universities. Who can apply? Students from Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) in the 2nd semester of their 2 year Master’s programme or 4th Semester of their 3 year master’s programme or in the 8th …

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How to Stay Competitive in the Job Market of 21st Century

Oct 19,17

We are in the 21st century. Changes in the society, lifestyle and technology have had a profound effect on the professional world and job market as well. There’s a wide array of skill sets and technologies that millennials can use in jobs that didn’t exist in decades past. However, the 21st century job market is an increasingly competitive job market. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US job market is tightening. The Indian …

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Top 11 Alternative Careers for Biotechnology & Life Science Graduates | Hot Jobs Outside the Lab & Academia

Oct 18,17

Biotechnology and life sciences are no doubt booming industries. Both sectors offer excellent career opportunities in India and abroad. However, due to various factors, biotechnology and life science graduates quite often struggle to find suitable jobs, especially in India. Two reasons are – lack of proper employability skills (technical and non-technical) and lack of knowledge about alternative career options, i.e. careers outside lab and academia. I had previously discussed the …

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Bio-Techne R&D Systems International Students Scholarship In USA for Fall 2018

Oct 17,17

Bio-Techne R and D System are currently accepting Applications from international students for the Bio-Techne R and D Systems Scholarship In US. International students are welcome to apply but are reminded that the eligibility criteria must be met by each applicant as listed. Bio-Techne empowers researchers in Life Sciences and Clinical Diagnostics by providing high-quality reagents, instruments, custom manufacturing, and testing services. The Bio-Techne R and D Systems Scholarship will be …

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How do I land my dream job post graduation?

Oct 16,17

November is around the corner and soon all college campuses will be humming with companies coming for first round of placement interviews. Majority of the students graduating in 2018 will be sharpening their resumes, researching about the companies, signing up for interviews and hoping they soon become those lucky ones who have a confirmed offer from their dream company for an awesome job. All looks easy and simple….wish it was …

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PostGrad is brutal. What is the most useful life hack in studying?

Oct 11,17

German college is brutal. Here’s how it works: You show up the first day, then the professor dumps 800 slides and a ton of materials on you. After that, class attendance isn’t mandatory, so naturally, you don’t go. At the end of the semester, you have to take one big ass exam that makes up 100% of your grade. *last night pre-exam cramming deluxe here we go* If you’re like …

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Careers for Women in Technology Companies Are a Global Challenge

Oct 10,17

An interesting article from the New York Times about the challenges that women face working in the technology sector.  We here at Stoodnt take this issue very seriously and have top notch counselors who can help you.  Let us know if you need help. European women working in the technology field are very familiar with the concerns expressed by their counterparts in the United States — too few girls and young women studying …

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