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USIEF Study Abroad Mini Fair

After you have made the choice to study abroad, the next big step in the admissions process is choosing to which schools you would like to apply. While making this decision, being in contact with admissions counsellors is beneficial in multiple ways. Admissions counsellors can give you insight into the admissions process for the school More >

 06 May , 2014 in
Columbia University’s School of Engineering and Futureworks Consulting Jointly Present Educational Program in India

The Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science is offering High School, College and recently graduated students a great opportunity to apply for an highly selective educational program focused on entrepreneurship and innovation called In-V-Ent-Ed which will be delivered in India. This program is brought to you jointly by Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School and FutureWorks Consulting. More >

 08 August , 2011 in Breaking News
FutureWorks Attends Conference With Leading New York Universities in New Delhi

FutureWorks Consulting was invited to attend the Education Roundtable held in Delhi which included the representatives from NYCEDC as well as leading universities in New York such as Columbia University, New York University, Cooper Union and Fordam University. This was a closed door session enabling representatives from the US and India to exchange challenges, ideas and learning. Dr Steven Strauss, More >

 12 May , 2011 in What's New At FutureWorks
The Law of Diminishing Acceptance

Last week, college applicants around the world must have received their envelopes of acceptance and would have deservedly jumped with joy. However, these applicants are way luckier than they realize, as the acceptance rates around the world in top colleges continue to show a downward curve. As the trend has been lately, Harvard, Columbia and More >

 14 April , 2011 in Breaking News
Columbia University receives a $10 million gift to establish the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy

Columbia University has received a $10 million gift to establish the Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law, and Public Policy, an interdisciplinary academic center that will be jointly administered by Columbia Business School and Columbia Law School. The new center will encourage collaboration among Columbia’s most prominent business and legal scholars to generate research More >

 18 February , 2011 in