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Contents: Study Abroad (Issue 15)

Guest Editorial: Study Abroad/Rajdeep Guha
SPAIN, Marking Excellence in Higher Education/Adrián Gutiérrez and Alejandra Garcia Fuertes
‘Universitying’ in Kuwait/Abid Akbar Vali
Living and Studying in Japan/Cy Elza Mathews
New Zealand university education − a gateway to success/Wayne Angus
Higher Education in The Netherlands: Setting a new benchmark for International Students/Laura Smit
An Interview with Meenakshi Batra/Rajdeep Guha
Pursuing a Ph.D. Abroad/Manaf Kottakkunnummal
An Interview with Aashima Sethi/Rajdeep Guha
An Interview with Dr. Kiranmoy Das/Rajdeep Guha
An Interview with Sushmita Sircar/Mosarrap H. Khan
My Research Journey/Mahmood Kooria
Tips for Applying Abroad for a Doctoral Degree/Anonymous
All you wanted to know about a great Statement of Purpose/Chitrita Chaudhary
Model Statement of Purpose/Anonymous
How to write a winning Letter of Recommendation? /Rajdeep Guha
Some thoughts on overcoming the hiccups of student life in North America/Rajdeep Guha
Intersections of Higher Education and Student Migration to the West/Soma Chatterjee


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4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Pranab K Mandal #

    I have gone through the entire issue and it has enlightened me a lot. I am sure it will benefit many who are planning to study abroad. Rajdeep da, no thanks is enough. it was particularly very helpful for me. Hats off to the entire Cafe Dissensus Team. Thanks. Best Wishes.

    June 14, 2015
    • Rajdeep Guha #

      Dear Pranab,

      Glad to know that our issue proved to be helpful. All the best for your future endeavors!

      Warm regards,


      June 16, 2015
  2. Thanks for reading!

    June 14, 2015

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