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Ian Jacobs, health initiative president and vice-chancellor of an Australian university on the importance of screening for cervical cancer

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Ashish Tanna, COO and co-founder, Aureus Analytics on what it takes to make a career in big data analytics

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DBS bank today announced plans to hire 100 technology skilled professionals, in emerging and disruptive technologies across cloud, machine learning and Big Data, as it ups the ante on ‘reimagining banking’. Taking this new approach to recruitment, DBS will break banking industry norms by recruiting successful candidates through a hackathon - the first bank in Southeast Asia to do so. The 100...
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To promote higher education in France among Indian students, Campus France India and Institut français India are pleased to bring Indian students face-to-face with some of the best French universities at four metropolitan cities in India: Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Indore. For the first time, a PhD Tour will also bring together representatives of French universities with prospective PhD...
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A bird’s-eye view of a few degree options overseas for the technically inclined

The info highway
A team from SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai, won the marketing track of Nestlé's national case study competition recently

Managing the brand
The New Zealand Government has announced its fresh round of Commonwealth Scholarships for Indian students who wish to commence programmes of study at New Zealand academic institutions in 2018. The application process opens on February 15 and closes on March 30. Detailed information, including where to apply and the full range of eligible subjects, can be accessed at: .

Cathal Kelly, CEO and professor, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland on his visit to India and the latest trends in surgery

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Advanced courses in engineering are updated in light of the changing IT landscape by striking a balance between emerging technologies and maintaining a strong hold on the basics. Read on to know more

IT in depth
A class XII student on why he took up computer science

Long-term vision
The director of a nonprofit that promotes sustainability in building design, construction and operation, on how a multidisciplinary, immersion course prepares college-level students to contribute to green building projects

Green future
A Scottish university has launched a Master’s in financial technology for students who wish to work in start-ups or managerial roles in clearing, settlements, operations and other segments

Keep up with fintech
The Irish Government has agreed to extend the Third Level Graduate Scheme, for non-EU/EEA students at level 9 and above of the National Framework of Qualifications. The new permission will double the ‘stay back option’ for masters and PhD students from 12 months to 24 months. This will allow eligible graduates who have studied in Irish higher education institutions and whose award is granted...
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Widespread digitisation across sectors still means many opportunities for IT students

IT’s your trump card
Experts in the field of fine and performing arts on what it takes to make a career in their line of work

A rainbow of options, Careers - Offbeat,Education Times
Meghan Kelly, senior lecturer in screen and design, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia, on what it takes to make a career in visual communication and graphic design

Creative future
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities,University of Sheffield is offering a number of Masters scholarships to international students undertaking taught or research-based Masters programmes starting in 2017, but who aspire to complete a doctoral research degree on successfully completing their Masters.

Applications close on March 31 March
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Arts and Humanities Funding - Graduate School - Faculty of Arts and Humanities - Faculties - The University of Sheffield
From Gen X to Gen Z, people in and out of the job market have a ‘pervasive fear’ that they wouldn't find a job which matches their personality, show the findings of a survey published in an ebook. Asked what they feared about their future work lives, 53% of Gen Z (high school students, born from 1997-2002) said they were ‘afraid’ or ‘very afraid’ of not finding a fitting job. The fear is...
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A degree in fine or performing arts from an institute overseas can equip you with essential technical skills in the specialisation of your choice

Expand your horizon, Courses - Postgraduate,Education Times
A postgraduate degree in fine and performing arts can be challenging but rewarding, giving you an edge in the job market

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