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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


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


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


IELTS Scores For Different Universities in Canada

Canada is among the popular study abroad destinations for international students. In fact, the number of international students studying in Canada has nearly tripled in the last ten years and was found to be 572,415 in the year 2018. Indian students play a huge role in Canada’s booming educational sector. With over 172,600 Indian students in Canada in the year 2018, the number of Indian... Read more


A Gap Period: What Is It and How Does It Impact the Chances of Studying Abroad?

For many students, the question ‘what will be the effect of a gap period for abroad studies’ never arises. But there are quite a few who would need this crucial question answered. The major concern for them is  ‘do I stand a chance of being admitted to XYZ school because I have a gap in my studies? In this article, we answer the most common questions related to gap years and how they impact... Read more


Study in The U.S. – Which Master’s Degree to Choose?

When it is time to apply for masters, the automatic choice is the USA. But the number of colleges, institutes, and universities offering higher education in the country is massive – about 1700. In this comprehensive article, we help you understand why opting to study in the USA for Indian students is a worthy investment and how to pick the right subject and college for it. Why Study in the... Read more


Is Studying Masters in Computer Science a Good Choice?

This generic question comes to all our minds while making a career choice. The rapid proliferation of the Internet of Things in our economic, political, and social life has led to increasing demand for computing professionals all over the world. This rapid disruption has also seen the corresponding extension in undergraduate and graduate (Masters) Computer Science programs. In spite of all... Read more


The Top Ranked Universities In France: Where To Study?

From historical cities to magnificent vineyards, France brings to the imagination a colourful panorama but the country is more than history, drinks and food. It’s been a centre of education long before the more modern marvels came into existence. In this post, we discover the top universities in France to study. Why Study in France? Because training and internship are a vital part of... Read more


The Impact of Falling Rupee and Tips to Manage the Extra Expenses

The Indian rupee has not done very well against the US dollar in the past few decades. The graph below depicts how the Indian rupee has done against the US dollar in the past decade. The Indian rupee hit lowest against the US dollar on October 9th 2018, when it was INR 74.34 against the USD. The rupee has gained a little since then and stands around INR 70 per dollar at present, and India... Read more


How To Convert A Grade In India To The US 4.0 GPA Scale?

There are about 195 countries in the world, give or take a few. Each nation has hundreds, if not thousands, of colleges. Each school and each country has their own method of evaluating a student. For example, in European countries like Austria scholars are not given a specific grade rather they tell whether the student did sufficiently or not. Grading system in India is most often percentage.... Read more