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Get a quick comparison of universities in the five BRICS countries, with these ‘score cards’ based on the QS University Rankings: BRICS.
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From Latin America to New Zealand, read on to discover which study abroad destination is best suited to you.
When you make the transition to becoming a university student, you may find your parents change too. Find out which type they fit, and how to cope.
An international survey of prospective postgraduate students suggests Russian women are among the most ambitious and entrepreneurial.
Want to study abroad in one of the world’s fastest growing economies? Check out our guide to culture, cuisine and universities in the BRICS countries.
Catch up with coverage of the 2014 QS University Rankings: Latin America, including commentary, country guides and inspiration for prospective students.
Discover the best student cities within the emerging economies of Asia, Latin America and the BRICS countries.
Don’t miss these must-see cultural festivals in Asia while studying abroad in the region.
Keen student traveler Felix shares his top tips on how to find the cheapest flight for your trip – just don’t tell anyone else, OK?
What can you do with a law degree? Lots! Discover a wide range of legal careers, both traditional and alternative.
The 2014 International Trends in Student Mobility report reveals significant gender differences among Indian women and men applying to study abroad.
Catch up with the QS University Rankings: Asia coverage, highlighting the top universities in Asia and the region’s offerings to prospective students.
The results of a new student survey suggest Latin American students are keen to study outside of the region, with a strong interest in STEM subjects.
Get ready to study abroad in the UK with our top 10 books to read for a diverse overview of British literature and culture.
Find out how to prepare for exams by creating a study plan and setting personal goals.
Get to know some famous Latin Americans with our selection of inspirational quotes.
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