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MBA in New Zealand

24th, Nov 2018

The New Zealand education system is directly regulated by the government of New Zealand and has strong quality assurance systems. International students from around the globe can be certain of gaining a high-quality education that will improve their job prospects in the global marketplace. With a total population of only 4.6 million people, New Zealand gives its students room to breathe and the sp...

Express Entry Canada

24th, Nov 2018

      Everything you need to know about Express Entry Canada: eligibility, how it works, how to apply through it, selection criteria for PR and how to calculate CRS points and more.   What is Express Entry Canada? It is the fastest (online) way by which individuals and families across the world wishing to move to Canada can become new permanent residents w...

MBA in Canada

24th, Nov 2018

According to the QS World University Rankings of 2018, seven of the world’s top 150 universities are based in Canada. Also, being one of the safest places to live in the world and tagged as the world’s most educated country, Canada is becoming a haven for international students. According to the Canadian Bureau of International Education, there were 3,53,000 international students in t...

MBA in UK

24th, Nov 2018

      Have you decided on studying in UK but are unaware of the application procedure for MBA? Read the article to get information on the best universities, application process, eligibility criteria, course duration, visas, living cost, scholarships, post-study options, etc. for pursuing MBA in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom with over 395 universities acts as...

DAAD: What It Is and What It Does!

24th, Nov 2018

      Planning to study in Germany? Confused about what is DAAD and what it does? Read on to understand about the programs and scholarships offered by DAAD for students planning to study in Germany. If you are planning to study in Germany then chances are you must have heard about DAAD. The Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Deinst or the German Academic Exchange Servi...

DSH German Language Proficiency Test for International Applicants

24th, Nov 2018

Germany has traditionally attracted technical education aspirants from across the world due to its emphasis on engineering and applied as well as pure sciences. The country famous for its automotive and engineering design has excellent universities offering both graduate and post graduate level courses to international students across a variety of subjects. While the eligibility is in tune to othe...

TESTDAF Quick facts about the German Language Test

24th, Nov 2018

Germany as a country offers a vast variety of specialized courses. However, with many Universities offering these courses in German Language, a pre-requisite for many applications to the universities is the qualifying score in either Test DAF or DSH – the two most famous German Proficiency tests available. This article aims at explaining to you the basics about TestDAF, its structu...

Geothe Institut in India: What is it and how can it help you?

24th, Nov 2018

When thing of Germany or German Language, the student in India often comes across the name of Max Mueller Bhavan. The German Cultural Institute, also known as the Goethe Institute in India is a known centre for learning German and gaining certification in the same. But what about your study in Germany plans? How can Goethe Institute help you in your journey to the land of ideas? Read on to know mo...

TOEFL Result 2018

24th, Nov 2018

TOEFL Result 2018 - The TOEFL® conducting body, ETS® (Educational Testing Service) has released TOEFL 2018 result on November 20 for the test held on November 10, 2018. Candidates would be able to download their scores after 13 days, i.e. from November 23, 2018. ETS has released the result dates of TOEFL 2018 (July to November). The TOEFL test score is declared two weeks aft...

The difference between SATs and ACTs

19th, Nov 2018

The SATs and the ACTs are the two different tests that students are required to take for admittance to a US university.  All colleges require students to take either the SAT or the ACT and submit their scores to their prospective universities. There is no advantage of taking one test over another, so it is important to choose the test that is best for you, whether you are a domestic U...

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