Here’s a story about how the internet proved to be a fantastic opportunity for an international student

10 Oct

Internet

I am actually very pleased to have had an opportunity to study in the Oregon State University. It wasn’t something planned. I wanted to do something in the space I was interested in, and [the] opportunity to go to graduate school at Oregon State [came up]. So, I went there. This was mid-1980s. The internet […]

7 posh French phrases that are now popular in English

8 Oct

Author: Pratibha Alagh What if we told you English belongs to same language family as Dutch – Germanic, but that it has more features in common with French, an offspring of the Romance languages? Strange, right? But, when it comes to languages, it’s not all about the roots. What is at play is another very […]

Changemakers: I am scared of cervical cancer & this is what I am doing about it

28 Sep

As a young woman, I am scared of cervical cancer. But as an Indian woman, I am furious. Cervical cancer is the fourth most common form of cancer among women worldwide. With around 25% of the world’s cervical cancer-related deaths being reported in India, the disease annually affects more than 1.2 lakh women in India […]

Changemakers: How FlyUnder is rebuilding life under flyovers

21 Sep

A sprawling market, a spacious school, a magnificent palace: there is a mini-universe under construction, a community being built, a microcosm coming to life. There is space for everyone; everyone is accounted for, everybody co-exists. However, this is merely a scene from one of the sessions conducted by our social initiative, Flyunder. In reality, we […]

Changemakers: How I pledged to solve the poverty problem

6 Sep

    Solve. That is all I have ever wanted to do. I grew up breaking down math problems, figuring out strategy on the badminton court, analyzing data from reports. As time moved on, so did my idea of solving. I moved from numbers and words to people and places. In my country, there are […]

Making my move to study in Australia

14 Jun

Bond Business School

Doing the research and trying to make the ‘right’ decision on where to study overseas can be an exhausting and overwhelming task. So Shishir’s here to help! Originally from India and now studying in Australia at Bond University, Shishir shares how he navigated his journey and offers some tips to students considering Australia for further […]

What to expect, when you’re expecting to attend Bond!

13 Jun

Ahead of any big life decision, the flood of mixed emotions – feeling excited and anxious – and all the unanswered questions can be overwhelming. Hailing from Mumbai, India – Anjan shares some insights into the experiences of some of her fellow Bond University peers while studying on the Gold Coast in Australia. I still […]

Dreams of becoming a New Zealander

18 Apr

Jatin Walia From a small village in northern India, Jatin Walia travelled to New Zealand at the age of 18. He enrolled at Auckland’s NorthTec Tertiary Education Institute for a degree in Applied Management. In 2016, Jatin graduated from the institute, but continued to work several jobs during his time in Auckland. While his education […]

University of Waikato alumnus talks about his study abroad experience

11 Apr

Harpreet Singh recently graduated from New Zealand’s University of Waikato with a master’s in information technology. Why Waikato? Harpreet said the university has a “beautiful campus with modern, and innovative infrastructure. It is internationally recognised and there is immense flexibility in the course programme to choose from for the students. The students studying here are […]

KWHS alumna gives TED-ed talk on valuing young voices

19 Mar

A student ambassador for BrainGain magazine, Ananya Grover studies at Amity International School in Noida. She thinks of herself as a nerd with a head full of questions about existence and experience. Ananya has an artistic side too – she loves dancing and calligraphy. In 2017, she attended Session A of Knowledge@Wharton Global Young Leaders’ […]