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  • Thanks to innovative online courses and a unique international partnership, Indian educators are gaining new tools for teaching English.

  • Graduate programs at U.S. universities address the necessity to establish a workforce that will be equipped to work on combating climate change.

  • Partnership 2020 promotes higher education cooperation between the United States and India through research collaborations and aims to create tangible economic impact.

  • Tips on ways to navigate online coursework and get the most out of them.

  • A look at some key factors parents should consider when helping their children take admission-related decisions.

  • If you have interest in medicine and science, and have a penchant for analysis, a degree in medical laboratory science might be a good fit for you. 


  • From health advice and counseling to groceries and meal plans, U.S. universities stepped up to support their international students during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • During holiday breaks, students should focus on building their profiles in order to project themselves as strong candidates to get admission in a U.S. university of their choice.

  • U.S. universities are witnessing growing interest in public health degrees, which prepare students for diverse professional and research careers. 

  • A degree in health communication prepares students for careers in diverse sectors, helps them drive positive social change and counter misinformation.

  • Epidemiology degree programs prepare students for careers pursuing vital research in diverse fields ranging from public health to artificial intelligence programs.

  • Fraternities and sororities at U.S. universities provide students with lifelong friendships, networking opportunities as well as training on useful topics.

  • Using virtual education, Indian students can update skills and even earn degrees from American institutions, without even leaving their country.

  • International students will have to navigate new territory in a world defined by public health concerns, social distancing and disruptions.