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  • Academics and Jobs in Ireland

    Academics and Jobs in Ireland

    Friday, April 07, 2017

    The second largest island of all the British isles, Ireland is also known as the Emerald Isle of Europe for all the good reasons. The mesmerising beautiful green countryside with far-off stretched fertile farmlands covering much of the central part of the country for pasture and not to forget the mighty mountains near its coasts. The Eire is truly blessed!

  • Visiting Ireland as a Study Abroad Destination

     Visiting Ireland as a Study Abroad Destination

    Thursday, March 30, 2017

    With a 25% increase in international students’ enrollments in Ireland since 2012, we have always found Ireland and especially its old celtic culture as very mystic and intriguing to ...

  • How Australian Higher Education Sector gains following the H1B Visa?

    How Australian Higher Education Sector gains following the H1B Visa?

    Saturday, March 25, 2017

    There is certainly no denying the fact that the recent international events in the world politics have left us all wondering about what's coming next. The 2016 presidential elections in the United States were immediately followed by the game changer policies that have affected the whole country; compelling the rest of the world to anticipate its outcome in the...

  • Why is Australia ideal for Pursuing your PhD?

    Why is Australia ideal for Pursuing your PhD?

    Friday, March 17, 2017

    With the beginning of this 21st century we were already wondering about the future of humanity and asking ourselves where are we going with all the progress? And the only answer we have is “science” and “research”. Whichever part of the world you might be living in, with whatever lifestyle and basic amenities you have access to; everything ...

  • Why Indian Students Prefer Australia?

    Why Indian Students Prefer Australia?

    Tuesday, February 28, 2017

    Acting as a causal influence on our minds discussing the “Things not to miss while studying in Australia” in previous blog post ignited an urge within us to consider digging for the REASON why students, Indians in particular, p...