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Student Spotlight: Neeraja Narayanswmy

Each year we work with thousands of students to help them realize their study abroad dreams. Every student is unique, with a different set of goals and a distinct pathway to higher education.  The “Student Spotlight” provides a platform for them to share their perspectives and lessons learned.  We hope it offers you a glimpse into the...
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Gen Next Team Spotlight: Ms. Suman Nayak

Our Team Spotlights provide a platform for our team members to share a bit about themselves, what’s trending in the field, and what drives their passion for international education. Whether you are a student, a parent, a fellow educator, or professional in the international education industry, you’re bound to find something that connects to your...
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Bringing University Insiders to You: A New Initiative from Gen Next Education

If you’re exploring study abroad options–for yourself or your child, it’s probable that you’re also spending a good bit of time on university websites.  And, it’s true, university websites have come a long way.  They are far more comprehensive than earlier versions, which offered broad brush strokes, at best.   Still, even the best websites cannot provide the nuanced...
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Gen Next Team Spotlight: Ms. Sheela Thyagaraj

Gen Next Education’s India-based team is made up of seasoned professionals who specialize in counseling students (and families) seeking overseas degree programs at the bachelors, masters and PhD levels. We support students all across India and the Middle East, and serve as liaisons to and extended team members of our university partners. Our counselors’ knowledge...
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Counselor Spotlight: Ms. Shikha Vij

Gen Next Education works with hundreds of high schools across India and the Middle East, providing a range of services tailored to their needs. These include, but are not limited to, providing support for existing college and career counselors on staff, or serving as in-school counselors, or preparing students (and families) for college through virtual or face-to-face...
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Gen Next Team Spotlight: Palak Chugh

Gen Next Education’s team of college counselors are seasoned professionals strategically located across the country to serve the unique educational and advising needs of students and families in both India and the Middle East.  They also function as liaisons to and extended team members of our university partners. Our Spotlights provide a platform for them to...
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What’s the deal with all these deadlines?

Ever  wondered  why  US  Universities  have  multiple  application  submission deadlines? What do they mean? Who should apply to each of these deadlines? Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know: Early Decision (ED): What is it? A binding application submission, usually including a signed statement by the student and the school personnel submitting official...
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Important Information about University Scholarships

DID YOU KNOW? Most universities provide automatic and free scholarship consideration to applicants — with some offering 25%-75% off tuition based on the academic and overall strength of the applicant! That means: 1. How your child presents themselves in their applications can actually help you save a lot of money in tuition fees! 2. Your...
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Preparing Your Child for an International Education – The Early Years

If you have a child, without a doubt you have spent at least some time worrying about his or her education—which school should you enroll them in, what extracurricular programs will help them develop themselves better, which careers and subjects should they be preparing for, etc.  As counselors, we get calls from parents of children...
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NYU grad student says thanks

“The process of applying for a masters degree is a long and tedious one. There are a lot of tests to prepare for, a lot of research to find colleges which match our interests and preparing the statement of purpose and other relevant application material for each individual college. Furthermore, students are plagued with countless...
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