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Are billionaires better educated?

Although the rags-to-riches story is a well-known one, a recent global census has shown that it is actually not the most common. According to the BBC, Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census, ...

Masters in Education (International)

By Mohammad Faysal Sarker IntroductionEducation Studies is concerned mainly with the philosophy of education. Though this sort of practice and analysis of philosophical education dates back to the times of ...

Study Abroad Facts

Study Abroad the Facts!

Here are some facts about studying abroad could make the opportunity for an excursion more appealing. Did you know… The most studied subjects by students are: •Humanities •Social Sci ...

The Different Types of Postgraduate Studies Offered Online

Attributed to the increased convenience of distance learning, online postgraduate degrees have gained increasing popularity over the years. According to a 2012 research by the ...

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QS Grad School Tour 2014

By Harriet Haynes   - The QS World Grad School Tour visited London last week to offer invaluable advice and information to graduates. The event is now i ...

The Best Countries to Study Abroad In

Every country's education system is different, however: some countries may not offer the required course, some may offer a four year instead of a three year course, and with some subjects (for example, law) you may well find that you wil ...

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Find the Right Masters for You

TalkPostgrad: Helping you find your Masters Having thousands of Masters programmes listed on ...

Find the Right Masters Degree with StudyPortals

Nina Grether, head of marketing at StudyPortals tells us why it is 'the' site to find a Masters course in Europe.   Q: What is StudyPortals? A: StudyPortals is the international ...

Why should UK students study abroad?

By Lauren Chivers  - It is estimated that over 3 million students worldwide study abroad for a term, a year or the entire length of their university studies. Out of 3 million, almost 500, ...

The Cheapest Countries from a Currency Standpoint

Note: The following article compares relative recent currency fluctuations between the most popular study destinations only. It does not take into account the cost of living or the cost of degree courses. When you plan to study a ...

Brazil Are In Top Ten QS World University Rankings: BRICS 2014

BRICS is as an acronym which stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. It is based on the idea that the world’s economic future is not just in the hands of traditional contenders such as America, UK etc. All of these n ...

Must Have International Student Websites

Whether it’s an out-of-the-blue flight cancellation, a sprained ankle while climbing ruins or discovering the hotel you booked doesn’t quite resemble the photos you saw online, travel means you have to think on your feet. When you ne ...

Choosing a 'NEW' Masters Course

When you are looking for or choosing your masters course, you are likely to come across some that are marked by the University as a NEW course. Here ...

UK International Students More Satisfied Than Ever

Four out of five international students are satisfied with their student experience in the UK, according to a recent survey from i-graduate. The latest results from the ...

CULTURAL EXCHANGES: 5 TOP TIPS

By Kelly Barbour   In 2012 I took part in a programme called the 'International Entrepreneurial Exchange  ...

Websites for International Students

Here are a few very useful websites to help you make choices about studying overseas. • TRANSITION ABROAD  Transitions A ...

Why Graduates Should Study Abroad

As the competition to attract international students heats up, more and more countries are joining in and rebranding themselves as vibrant study destinations. International students, who have to spend years saving up for a degree from th ...

Where in the World to Go?

The big names in international study are the United States, Britain and Australia, which between them attract almost half of all ‘internationally mobile’ students in the world. Other increasingly important destinations include France ...

Academic Conference Success

How to Make Your First Academic Conference a Success  - By Neil Eldred Your first academic conference is approaching. You’re filled with excitement and dread. This is your introduction into your professional discipline ...

What do Private Institutions Offer?

What Do Private Institutions Offer? We explore why now more than ever could be the right time to study at a private institution. Private institutions in the UK are now giving public universities a real ru ...