10
OCT
2016

Look Beyond the Top Business Schools for Your MBA

People typically pursue an MBA because they are looking to improve their career opportunities and increase their future income. What some applicants don’t consider is that you can achieve both of those objectives even if you don’t make it into the business programs at Harv
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06
MAY
2015

What International Applicants Should Know About U.S. Engineering Programs

Even as Hari Vasudevan was earning his undergraduate degree in Bangalore, India, he was already planning to complete a further advanced degree at an engineering school in the United States. “On my campus in India, it was considered the natural progression of things: If you want
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25
MAR
2015

Know what to expect when hiring an agent to help with your U.S. college applications.

Students interested in studying in the U.S. who come from other countries may not be able to visit campuses, or even know where to begin when it comes to finding and applying to colleges in the States. Professional agents, however, can help international students seeking admission to
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25
MAR
2015

Choose a Admission Consultant Wisely as an International Student

There are tens of thousands of international recruiting agencies across the globe, and they have a variety of ethics policies and business models. To avoid being taken advantage of, international students and their parents should take several steps before they sign an agreement, exper
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01
DEC
2014

STENCIL FEATURED IN FORBES

When Mom Isn’t There: Helping Indian Students Adjust to American Universities In India, it’s not uncommon for middle class households to have cooks, maids, or servants that help with household chores; a laborer can cost as little as 20 dollars a month. Even if there aren’t any s
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