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  • Swiss Education Group:Excellence at Present, Success for Future

    Dec.25.2013 / Tshering Ghale

    There’s an art to hospitality that goes beyond a receptionists’ duly preferred Colgate smile and the first meeting’s impression of welcome. Such has been put to education by the Swiss historically in their schools for Hospitality and Hotel Management and nobody knows this better than the Swiss Education Group (SEG),...

  • Chasing a Dream

    Dec.18.2013 / Shree Raj Shrestha

    What you need to know before, during and after your application to the United States What does it take to obtain full scholarship in the United States?” Many of you might be pondering over this question. I too had the same curiosity about two years back. Frankly, there is...

  • Liberal Arts Education in the United States

    Dec.13.2013 / Sulav Bhatta ( Student Adviser/Information Officer, USEF-Nepal )

    Taking classes across disciplines is the hallmark of a liberal arts education whose goals are to promote a wide spectrum of knowledge in addition to majoring in a subject. If you are someone who is interested in studying in the U.S., you might have heard these phrases: “U.S. education...

  • Beating the GMAT

    Oct.27.2013 / Bijay Shivakotee

    After years of teaching GMAT and doing research on GMAT, I came to realize that the art of teaching and that of learning make both the teachers and students stand out. So, it is well worth stressing that preparing for GMAT shouldn’t be taken for granted as taking GMAT is...

  • DO NOTs - When Applying for Graduate Studies in the USA !

    Oct.27.2013 / Selena Malla Siddhi, Educational Adviser, USEF-Nepal

    The decision to apply for master’s or doctoral level studies – termed “graduate” studies – in the United States is a big one.One that involves time, effort, money, and the willingness to travel halfway through the world for a life-changing academic and cultural experience. In applying to U.S. graduate schools,...

  • Learning to Think

    Oct.21.2013 / PAWAN DHAKAL

    “You say: I am not free. But I have raised and lowered my arm. Everyone understands that this illogical answer is an irrefutable proof of freedom.” — Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace The question of free will is a difficult one. Are the circumstances we are in and the experiences we live a result...