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An extra year for international students?

25 Jul

The Guardian Education website today asks a question pertinent to many who are planning to cross international waters to go further their education in the U.K. That question essentially includes this one: should international students be farmed off into a separate year-long course in university, before being allowed to merge with the domestic courses? This […]

Debunking the Standardized Test Myths: The College Board

17 Jul

Perhaps because standardized tests are an integral part of applications to universities abroad, many myths exist around it. It’s important to understand the truth behind these tests though, as that can have a direct and significant impact on your applications. In this article, I have attempted to shatter some of the myths or hearsays that […]

PSAT and How it can Help High School Students: The College Board

17 Jun

The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®), is a comprehensive, standardized assessment administered at schools on fixed dates each October that helps prepare students for the SAT. The PSAT is an important step in a student’s path to university success. It assesses subject matter learned in high school and problem-solving skills in three areas: […]

Summer School at Sciences Po

19 Mar

Sciences Po French and Social Science Summer School 2014 July 4 to August 1 – Paris, France This summer: Discover Sciences Po, France’s leading university for the social sciences Study French language and culture in an intensive month-long course Explore life at the heart of the French capital Download the 2014 Sciences Po Summer School brochure. […]

College Board’s AP Exam Registration Opens

12 Feb

High School students throughout India can now register for College Board’s Advanced Placement® (AP®) Exams in 22 different subjects. AP Exams are scheduled for May 5-16, 2014, and the deadline for registration is March 26, 2014. The AP Exams are securely administered at authorized USIEF centres and schools in 11 cities across India – Ahmedabad, […]

The British Council’s Playwriting Competition

21 Jan

We found this at The British Council’s website: http://theatreanddance.britishcouncil.org, and it looked like a mighty fine opportunity to share with all budding writers! The prize is £2,000 (about two lakh INR), and a trip to London to see your play being recorded for broadcast on the BBC World Service. Read on for all the details […]

Lebanon’s School-yard

30 Oct

A photo of children playing in a school-yard in Lebanon – from the Challenges and Reality photo exhibition by Maher Attar, currently being displayed at the WISE13 conference in Doha.

American Dreams

1 Jul

American Dreams

The Romantic version of studying in the US.

Where to study?

30 Apr

Where to study

It’s a big wide world out there – what does that mean for those heading abroad for higher studies?