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Campus Placements in US Universities – Jobs, Internships Recruitment

In Graduation | Jobs by KumarUpdated : 3 Comments

Many of the international students are used to the concept of Campus placements or on-campus recruitment for getting Jobs, especially in counties like India.  It does not exactly work the same way in America. This article will focus on some facts about campus placements in USA universities. Are there Campus Placements in American Universities? Do they Offer Job offers directly …

Why NOT to return to India from US – Reservations in Education System, Govt Jobs

In Living as Student in US by Guest AuthorUpdated : 38 Comments

One of our readers, Vivek, has written a guest article series “Why NOT to return to India “. It is very interesting … Vivek has presented some real data with lot of research and reference links….I believe that this is very controversial discussion….Lets not fight over this, but look at the facts and his perspective.  In this first article, the …

What are Mentoring Programs in US Universities for Students ? Help Internationals ?

In Campus Life in US by KumarUpdated : 1 Comment

Moving to a different country for higher education and getting accustomed to the new education system in America can be a challenge for many students. Most of the Universities offer various mentoring programs  to help new students.  I have been part of many of these programs in all the universities that I studied and got a lot out of mentorship.  Let me share some thoughts on this.   What are these …

Students Rights – Policies in American Schools – No Discrimination, Sexual Harassment

In Campus Life in US by KumarUpdated : 1 Comment

One of our readers recently expressed concerns about harassment in our Q A Forum, let me explain you some of the rights and policies in US schools and how they protects students. What are Students Rights in Schools ?  What are these Student Policies ?    To prevent abuse of power by university staff/ officials/professors, federal laws in America have laid down some policies that …

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Why NOT to drop classes in US Schools without consulting DSO or Student Advisor ?

In What NOT to do in MS by KumarUpdated : 5 Comments

Typically, in US schools, as a student you have the choice to register for more classes/ credits than you are required to take as a full time student. Many students register for more classes in order to understand the coursework load or sometime professor’s course plan and then make a choice before the class drop deadline with full refund.  It …