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A collection of articles from The Red Pen team
on wide ranging topics related to studying abroad

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A collection of articles from The Red Pen team on wide ranging topics related to studying abroad.

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13May2017

MBA or Master’s, which one’s for me???

by The Red Pen

Often times after completing a bachelor’s degree, students are confused about which path to follow. The question that arises is whether they should get a job right away or pursue higher studies abroad with the hope of improving their employment opportunities and/or securing better compensation packages. We get many inquiries from Indian students in their

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19April2017

A brief guide to admissions tests for UK Universities: MAT, PAT, STEP, HAT, TSA, BMAT, UKCAT

by Originally published in The Hindustan Times

Undergraduate applicants aspiring to study medicine, math, computer science, physics or engineering at leading universities in the UK should keep in mind that these universities have specific admissions exams that are mandatory or viewed favourably for admissions. At Oxbridge, admissions tests are mandatory for many social sciences courses too. It’s important to understand these tests

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18April2017

Accepted? Deciding which college to choose if you have multiple acceptances

by The Red Pen

There was surely a point in this process when you literally thought you would never be finished with your college application, wasn’t there? And then came the waiting, which also seemed like it might last forever, and all you wanted was to get accepted somewhere. Now, however, as the results have flooded in, and you’ve

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1April2017

Korea – A unique experience for international students with targeted goals

by Originally published in The Hindustan Times

As education consultants in Mumbai, we deal with a lot of students who are looking to explore and diversify their options when it comes to doing their higher studies. While traditionally, students from India have looked to the U.S, U.K, Canada and Australia for their higher education, other destinations like Hong Kong, Singapore, Netherlands and

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