|December 20, 2007|
|Study US: Visa procedures decoded|
Angela Kerwin, a Foreign Service Officer currently serving as the non-immigrant visa chief at the US Consulate General in Mumbai, sheds light in student visas.
|December 05, 2007|
|Sample interview questions for H-1B visa|
An in-depth look at the H-1B skilled worker visa to America. What quetions will you be asked? What if your job requires travel? What does the future hold for H-1Bs? Read on
|December 04, 2007|
|H-1B visas: Are you qualified?|
We look at the requirments and qualifications necessary for H-1B applicants: What work and educational experience do you need? What are the mandatory documents?
|November 07, 2007|
|New Zealand: Your study abroad destination?|
Raj Ganguly, education consultant, examines the pros and cons of studying in New Zealand: Will I find a job after graduation? How much money will it cost? Read on
|October 31, 2007|
|Know the GRE: Reading Comprehension|
GRE test takers often complain that Reading Comprehension-based questions need a lot of time. They are possibly right, but only to an extent. In GRE we normally see two types of RC passages, here's a look at the first.
|October 23, 2007|
|Know the GRE: How to solve Quant problems|
A look at the Quantitative component of the GRE, specifically, the Mathematics questions. How should you approach them? How can you recognise certain patterns or questions types? Read on
|October 11, 2007|
|Work experience and the GMAT|
An important aspect of the GMAT overall evaluation process is that it enables B-schools to have classrooms with great diversity.
|September 27, 2007|
|GMAT: Conquer Quantitative Assessment|
In the second part of this three-part series covering the sections of the GMAT, we discuss the quantitative section and present some examples of the kind of questions you should expect.
|September 25, 2007|
|Crack the GMAT: Analytical Writing|
In the first part of this three-part series covering the sections of the GMAT, we will discuss analytical writing assessment and also present some examples of the kind of questions you should expect.
10 reasons why you should consider studying in Australia
Why Australia has around 3,84,000 international students from over 140 countries in disciplines at every level of education, including short-term English language courses, Bachelor and Masters Degrees right through to Doctoral Degrees.
|September 21, 2007|
|Taking the GMAT? What to expect|
So you've decided you want to apply to a B-school abroad, the next step is to take the Graduate Management Admissions Test or the GMAT, as it's called. But what does the test measure and what format does it follow? Read this.
|September 18, 2007|
|Study US in 2008? Here's a checklist|
A look at what students should do in the final six months before their US course of study begins. How do I secure a visa interview? What should I bring? Read on
|September 11, 2007|
|Study Abroad: How to choose the right school|
Raj Ganguly, overseas education expert, analyses the various questions that students and their parents must answer. How do I find the right school? How can I afford a foreign education? Read on
|August 30, 2007|
|The lighter side of NRIs? Tell us! |
'Phoren'-return can sometimes lead to funny situations, like we see in some television commercials featuring guys with fake accents looking for Bharatiya Naaris to marry.
How to fund your overseas education
A look at education consultants, educational loans and other ways to manage the steep costs of internatinal studies.
|August 17, 2007|
|US studies: 'Get involved on campus'|
P Banerjee, former US student, describes life abroad. She discusses academics, roommates and staying healthy at your US university.
GRE: 'For top schools, target at least 1400'
Two competitive examination experts give advice on the Graduate Record Examination, necessary for postgraduate studies in the US and Canada. What's an ideal score? When should you start preparing? Read on
|August 16, 2007|
|Leaving for the UK? Don't miss these tips|
Vinod Salian, who has lived and worked in the UK since 2001, provides tips for students and workers leaving for the UK. Where can I buy furniture? What's shopping in the markets like? Read
Taking the GRE? Train for at least three months
Atul Prashar and Pragya Nagar, competitive examination experts, give strategy and preparation details for the Graduate Record Examination. Those of you hoping to go to the US for higher studies, read on.
|August 01, 2007|
|Pre-departure programme for US students|
The US Educational Foundation in India (USEFI), New Delhi organised a pre-departure orientation program for 155 Indian students leaving for higher studies in the US The program was held at the American Centre, New Delhi on July 6, 2007.
'Internships are crucial for career success'
Karan Gupta, overseas education consultant, examines the importance of securing internships before graduation.
|July 24, 2007|
|US studies: 'Don't be too proud to ask for help'|
A look at international student orientation programmes at US universities. Hear from former students, as they describe how they were useful and why students should participate.
VFS: Make your dream US visa a reality
Dr Arun Vakil, US visa specialist, provides an introduction to Visa Faciliation Service. He explains how to use the web site, book an appointment and modify your application.
|July 18, 2007|
|Study abroad advice on US universities|
Sree Sreenivasan, one of the 20 most powerful south asians in America, answers questions about studying in the US. As dean of students at Columbia's journalism school, he interacts intimately with university students.
|July 17, 2007|
|'IELTS is not compulsory for UK studies'|
Paul Michael and Yatin Madlani, visa officers at the British High Commission in New Delhi, answered questions about UK universities and student visas during a July 11 expert chat.
UK studies: Life with Rimpy Aunty the Super Cop
Ajay Pal Agarwal, who studied at Canterbury University in the UK in 2002, shares his story. He talks about living with roommates, learning to cook and juggling school and work.