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Study in United Kingdom (UK)

Idea Exchange Don Nutbeam, vice-chancellor, University of Southampton, talks to Aaditi Isaac on the student exchange programme for Indian students http://www.educationtimes.com/article/95/2013042320130423161030406d0be306c/Ideaexchange-.html

Bringing Tagore to Life Indra Nath Choudhuri, who was recently appointed the first ICCR Chair of the Scottish Centre for Tagore Studies (ScoTs) at Edinburgh Napier University, talks to Poonam Jain http://www.educationtimes.com/article/95/2013041720130417124413171c909da61/BringingTagore-to-life.html

Speak your Language University of Edinburgh has launched an India Institute, which aims to build a programme of training in major Indian languages. Tirna Ray talks to Roger Jeffery, director of the institute, to find out what it offers to Indian students and scholars. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/95/20130408201304061815012657c9156ce/Speak-yourlanguage.html

Study in Europe
Work in the Netherlands Work opportunities for a year, post-study, is attracting Indian students to the Netherlands as an overseas academic destination. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/259/2013041620130416131835531f04432cf/Work-inthe-Netherlands.html

A Perfect Fit An MBA student from India wins an international business school competition. Malini Sen reports

http://www.educationtimes.com/article/259/2013041520130413182951203fc01c285/A-perfectfit.html Europe Grant In a bid to reach out to research hotspots across the globe, the European Research Council launched its ERC goes global campaign in 2012. Malini Sen reports http://www.educationtimes.com/article/259/2013032520130325150932234771f9276/Europegrant.html

Study in Australia
AsiaBound Grants Programme The Australian government is making an overseas study experience in Asia more accessible for Australian students by launching AsiaBound grants programme http://www.educationtimes.com/article/106/2012110120121101191121726261873f7/AsiaBoundgrants-programme.html

Bit by Bit Australian research team of engineers creates a future for quantum computers to solve complex problems that are currently impossible on even the worlds largest supercomputers http://www.educationtimes.com/article/106/20120920201209201502112382d6ac0e/Bit-bybit.html

All in the Game Professor David Shilbury, foundation chair of sports management, Deakin University, Australia, was recently in India. He talks to Ruchi Kumar on why India will need more qualified sport management professionals in the near future http://www.educationtimes.com/article/106/2013041520130412192851390c828d3fd/All-in-thegame.html

Study in United States of America (USA)


UG in the US Renuka Raja Rao, country co-ordinator, EducationUSA Advising Services, United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF), on how a well-thought-out timeline could be beneficial to applicants http://www.educationtimes.com/article/103/20130401201303301618001254aa9724c/UG-in-theUS-.html

On-field Flair Harvard Business Schools Field Immersion Experiences in Leadership Development is one of the schools more unique programmes in that it provides the perfect blend of academics and experience. Jude Sannith S finds out what it is all about http://www.educationtimes.com/article/103/2013021120130211165458173d22f92ce/Onfieldflair.html

Learn from Developing Markets India continues to be in focus for management graduates across the world. Faculty and students from UCLAs Fully Employed MBA programme recently visited on a week long study programme. Gauri Rane finds out more http://www.educationtimes.com/article/103/2013012820130128155029923147647c8/Learnfrom-developing-markets.html

Study in Canada
Arctic Link With Canada all set to assume the Chair of the Arctic Council in May 2013, David J Scott and Louis Fortier, two Canadian Arctic scientists were in the Capital to explore and promote Arctic research partnership opportunities between Canada and India. Tirna Ray reports http://www.educationtimes.com/article/105/20130401201303301616421719434a7e/Arcticlink.html

A Broad Canvas Students from the Sauder School of Business in Canada visited Bangalore as part of their `Global Immersion' programme. Poonam Jain reports http://www.educationtimes.com/article/105/20130327201303271722136257f13023c/A-BroadCanvas-.html

Of Defence and Development Janus Kozinski, dean, Lassonde School of Engineering, York University, speaks to Ruchi Kumar on collaborations with the Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation during his recent visit as part of the Canadian delegation to India http://www.educationtimes.com/article/105/2013011420130111192422409da392c50/Of-defenceand-development.html

Study in Middle East


Learning Initiative Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser, chairperson, Qatar Foundation, launched a global initiative to deliver quality schooling to all the worlds children at the recently held World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) 2012, in Doha, Qatar. Vishakha Sharma reports http://www.educationtimes.com/article/258/2012120120121201134422788d163ada9/Learninginitiative.html All Eyes on Dubai Ambitions construction projects, a global outlook and rapid growth all characterize Dubai. All this has created an increasing demand for management education in the country. As a result, top Bschools from around the world have converged to create a new hub for MBAs. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/258/20110705201107051145211792442b15/All-Eyes-onDubai-.html Gulf, The New Education Hub The Gulf countries are located in the area surrounding the Persian Gulf. They form a part of the subcontinent known as the Middle East, to distinguish from the countries in the far east of Asia like Japan, China and Taiwan. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/258/2011070420110704121930724f65e8113/Gulf-thenew-education-hub-.html

Study in Singapore
A Fine Art Shang Huai Min, vice-president, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), speaks to Aaditi Isaac on how Singapore has emerged as a destination for fine arts http://www.educationtimes.com/article/108/201111282011112811432623662338a86/A-FineArt.html

Singapore: World Class Courses Closer Home Located just a few hours flying distance from India with a culture that is global yet Asian, Singapore is home to the regions best educational institutions, offering students world-class courses that focus on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. Singapore is much more than just the regions premier educational hub it is a safe, cosmopolitan city that is a great place for students to live, study and play. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/108/20101214201012141453172962200e344/SingaporeWorld-class-courses-closer-home.html

Singapore: The Land of Unlimited Learning Opportunities The vibrant city-state of Singapore offers a diversity of learning opportunities for different individuals and demographics. It is a premier destination for enrichment, knowledge transfer and holistic intellectual development, suitable for instilling global perspectives and promoting lifelong learning. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/108/2010121020101210171105325f158d54f/SingaporeThe-land-of-unlimited-learning-opportunities.html

Study Abroad : FAQ


Study Abroad: 10 Things to have in Mind Students considering where to pursue their university education have a greater choice than ever and there are an increasing number of International Universities that cater to students looking to study abroad. http://www.educationtimes.com/article/265/20120508201205080829431254f124d12/StudyAbroad-10-things-to-have-in-mind.html

Financing an MBA Abroad Pursuing an MBA abroad can be a costly affair. Use this step-by-step guide to manage your finances http://www.educationtimes.com/article/265/201202202012021815110790573f5282a/Financingan-MBA-Abroad.html Plan your MBA An MBA abroad should be planned well in advance. Make it a seamless process using the step by step guide below: http://www.educationtimes.com/article/265/2012012320120119151143749d4b2f27e/Plan-yourMBA.html