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Studying in Canada has helped me truly think like an engineer

13 Jun

Rishabh Mundhra, 21, is an Indian undergraduate student of mechanical engineering at the University of Toronto, Canada, and president of the Indian Students’ Society there. He will graduate next year. Here he talks about academics and extracurricular activities at the university. In the video below, he discusses how students learn to think like engineers, and […]

Why I love living and studying in Toronto, Canada

31 May

Daksh Sikri, who grew up in Mumbai, India, didn’t know a lot about Canada when he accepted a spot at University of Toronto’s engineering program four years ago. Back home, Canada can get overshadowed by the vast number of US schools when you are trying to decide where to study. Here, the 22-year-old Daksh, now […]

The dilemma of switching majors from undergrad to grad school

8 Nov

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As an 18-year-old, stepping into college was one of the most awaited moments of my life. I majored in the sciences in 10+2, and enrolled in an engineering school soon after. What happened since then has dramatically changed my life. Undergrad school kicked off with some intense pressure for me right from the first semester. […]

Straight Talk: Do College Rankings Matter?

17 Apr

Straight Talk: Do College Rankings Matter? [Part 1 in a 2 part series] By Pushkar Prospective students should not decide where to study based on college rankings alone. College and university rankings have become a routine feature of India’s higher education landscape. Magazines such as India Today, Outlook and Careers 360 prepare all-India rankings on an annual basis […]