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Top MBA Colleges in UK

The UK has long been one of the most preferred international study destinations for international students. And when it comes to business studies, it certainly ranks among the top five destinations for international students. Out of the 458,520 international students studying at a university in the UK in 2017-2018, the number of students studying Business and Administrative Studies was 126,955.... Read more


M.Eng. Vs. M.S. - Is One Degree Better Than the Other?

We begin from the end. The answer to the aforementioned question, Masters of Engineering vs. Master of Science in Engineering is a No; one degree is not better than the other. Both are exceptional choices for international students thinking of studying Masters level courses in engineering abroad. Why? Because within the STEM field, engineering graduates have the highest salaries. How do you... Read more


What Makes a Master of Professional Studies so Different from Master of Science?

A bachelor’s degree is insufficient to establish a good career (read: well paying) in current times. In the U.S. alone, “occupations that typically require a master’s degree for entry are projected to grow the fastest, 18.4 %, from 2012 to 2022.” And it becomes crucial if you want to rise in the ranks of a profession.” Given the increasingly competitive job market, you still need a key area of... Read more


How to Decide Between GRE and GMAT: A Comparative Analysis

When a student chooses to study masters (management courses) abroad, one of the first steps they have to take is appear for a standardised test. The two commonly accepted tests are GMAT and GRE. The confusion begins with questions like which of the two tests is easier or a better option for MBA. To lay all such questions to rest, we explain the main differences between GMAT and GRE. Then we... Read more


How to Find Housing in Australia for International Students - The A-Z Guide

Australia is fast becoming one of the preferred international study destinations for Indian students who wish to study abroad. The country has seen a steady rise in the number of Indian students who study in Australia - from 11364 enrollments in 2002 to 108,292 enrollments in 2018. Some of the reasons why Indian students choose Australia to pursue their studies abroad are the huge range of... Read more


How to Crack GMAT With Only 1 Month in Hand?

The Graduate Management Admission Test or GMAT is three-hours-thirty minutes standardized test. The GMAT score is used by business schools around the world to decide student admissions. In here, we’ll tackle the question of how to prepare for it with only thirty days in hand. Before beginning, we answer two often-asked queries: is it better to take GMAT or GRE for MBA? and do business schools... Read more


Brexit’s Impact on Indian Students: The Silver Lining in the Chaos

Over 39,000 Indian students came to the UK to pursue higher education in 2010. The number fell to 16,550 in 2016. The stats prove that the United Kingdom used to be a preferred study destination for international students.  The reason was stricter student immigration laws. It made getting a student visa and finding work post-study hard. As a result, students from India and non-EU nations opted... Read more


Top 5 US Universities for Undergraduate STEM Courses

There are 4,42,746 international students in America at the undergraduate level, with the majority enrolled in a STEM field.  In this post, we find out why a large number of students prefer a bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics. Then, we look into the top universities in the USA for STEM courses. Why Study Undergraduate Courses in the U.S? There are... Read more


MBA in the United States & What it Takes: Top Universities, Eligibility, Cost, and Scholarships

4.6 million students worldwide enrolled to study abroad in 2017. Out of these, 1.1 million were hosted by the United States. Indian students come second to Chinese, with over 196,000 making their way to the nation for further studies. It is safe to say that the US is still THE country of choice for students from India.  When it comes to business and management in the US, over 19% of foreign... Read more


One-Year MBA or Two-Year MBA : What Should You Choose?

In 2018, the total number of Indian students studying in universities abroad was 7,52,725 according to a report released by the Ministry of External Affairs. The United States continue to dominate as the preferred country for higher education followed by Canada and Australia. In the US alone, the total number of international students from all places of origin in the field of Business and... Read more