May 03,2021

Impact of the Pandemic on Defence Systems

There’s probably no industry in the world that hasn’t been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The defence industry has undergone some changes, though

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Apr 05,2021

China’s Rise and Assertion to Power in the 21st Century

From being a predominantly agrarian country in the past to becoming a superpower now, China has come a long way.

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Mar 30,2021

A New Pact on Migration and Asylum in Europe

Regular influx of migrants seeking asylum has been a major drawback of the European Union’s current functioning. In an effort of reformation, proposal

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Mar 22,2021

Evaluating the Efficacy of EuroPol

An imperative judicial and administrative mechanism fostering multilateral cooperation, cross- border protections in the name of Europol is scrutinize

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Nov 08,2019

My Experience at Symbiosis by Sonam Deki from Bhutan

My Experience at Symbiosis by - Sonam Deki from Bhutan

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Aug 06,2020

Swarajya to Amtanibhar Bharat - International webinar

Kenyan Student Mr. Peter Ngugi, studying International Relations and Economics at SSLA, was invited to be a speaker at the ICCR.

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Mar 15,2021

Self Love: The Dilemma of Following Conventional Norms

Conventional norms rooted in the society are proving to be a big hindrance for the growth of people.

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Nov 02,2020

Impact of COVID-19 on the European Union’s Tourism.

Apurva is a post-graduate student from Symbiosis School of Economics, Pune.

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Nov 19,2020

The Blue, White and Red of Islam

In our new article, Merin a masters student from Symbiosis School of International Studies,

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Mar 08,2021

EU-Turkey Relations in 2021: A Hopeful Year for a Reluctant Friendship?

Turkey has proved itself an intricate part in European Union’s efforts to manage the refugee crisis in the conflicted State of Syria and North Africa.

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Mar 01,2021

The Pandemic and Social Media

Social Media has proved to be an intricate part for dissemination of information.

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Jun 22,2020

An exploration of the handmade paper industry in New Zealand

Synopsis:  Jyothi Swapnil Nasikkar,  The Senior Coordinator of Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management discusses

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Aug 17,2020

The Different Shades Of Morality In The Fight For Trademarks

Karthika Nair, undergraduate student from Christ College (Deemed to be University) discusses about the morality in trademarks.

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Feb 15,2021

Case in review: the VW Case

There is always a tussle between domestic and international law, applying even more so in the European Union with its legal structure imposing

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Mar 15,2018

Top MBA Myths That You Need to Stop Believing In

With the growing demand for specialized degree programs at the post-graduate level, MBA programs are witnessing a cultural shift. This trend switch is

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Dec 28,2020

An Archetypal Journey Turning Into A Crib

As information technology develops and people get free access to information via the internet, their propensity to use other people’s words and though

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Dec 21,2020

Synopsis

Abhisekh, a student from SICSR discusses about multi-lingual inhabitation.

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Dec 15,2020

The EU’S Trade Policy & the Green Deal 

Nidhi Menon, the President of European Horizon Symbiosis Chapter and a postgrad student at Symbiosis School of Economics

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Dec 08,2020

Strategy At Sea: India, The EU And The Future Of Maritime Security

Merin Suresh, member of the SCES student Think Tank and Postgrad student at Symbiosis International Studies discusses

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Nov 30,2020

Rights of Prisoners: European Union v/s India

Joanna, Law student from Symbiosis Law School discusses in her article the difference in the Prisoner’s rights in European Union with that of India.

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Nov 24,2020

Pride, Politics and Poland

While international acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community increases, Polish towns create LGBTQ-free zones with support from President Andrzej Duda.

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Nov 09,2020

The Wirecard Scandal: Playing the Long Game

Tanvi Godiwala is pursuing BA LLB from Symbiosis Law School. In her article she discusses about the massive German scam of €3.5 Billion by Wirecard co

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Jan 20,2018

Why Symbiosis International (Deemed University) sh

What do you get when you combine 343 universities and 17,000 colleges? You get the second-largest education system on the planet. Encompassing bachelo

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Oct 12,2020

MENTAL HEALTH: AN UNDERRATED CONCERN

Kanika Misra is a student of Symbiosis Centre for Computers Studies and Research. In her article she discusses about mental health and raises concerns

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Oct 26,2020

Is Capitalism a Threat to Societal Development? Nordic Model Says Otherwise

Mayukh Sen is a postgraduate student pursuing M. Sc. Economics from Symbiosis School of Economics.

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Oct 19,2020

The Future of the European labour market post-COVID 19

Vrushabh is an undergraduate student from Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce. In his article he discusses the impact of the labour market due to C

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Oct 05,2020

Media Pluralism: Media freedom at stake in parts of  Europe?

Karthik is pursuing his Master’s in Business Administration (Public Relations) from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication.

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Sep 07,2020

Integrating COIL into Curriculum

Sumone Rajee is a masters student at Durban University of Technology, and an intern at SCES-SCIE. She gives insights about Professor Haug’s valued inp

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Aug 31,2020

The Rise of a Global Shadow Pandemic Amidst COVID-19

Vishva Sheth, II year student from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, discusses about rise of domestic violence cases worldwide during t

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Aug 24,2020

The Symbiosis Summer School E-Academy on Internationalization

The Symbiosis Summer School E-Academy on Internationalization, organized by the Symbiosis Centre for International Education (SCIE),

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Aug 10,2020

Education Amidst The Pandemic - A look At Europe, India And South Africa

Shanece Ramkisson from University of Pretoria discusses about the changing education system in times of pandemic across nations.

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Jul 31,2020

Symbiosis’ Summer E-Academy on Internationalization: BC (Before COVID) to AC (After COVID)-Unlocking Internationalisation.

India's first summer school on internationalisation, the Symbiosis Summer E-Academy was conducted with much gusto!

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Jul 27,2020

Comparison of the quality of tertiary education in India, Europe and Africa

Zamokuhle Mbandlwa in his latest paper addresses the factors that contribute to the quality of education offered by various tertiary institutions.

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Jul 20,2020

Shortage of labour in the gamut of supply chain; will Artificial Intelligence merge in the two factors of production.

Srushti Jayawant, member of Symbiosis Centre for European Studies Think Tank, discusses the boom in AI technology

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Jul 13,2020

The Future is Going to be Blended

Prof Daniela Irrera the Deputy Director for Internationalization and Research , Department of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Catan

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Jun 29,2020

Herd Immunity: The Case Study of Sweden and the U.K. in their fight against COVID-19

Synopsis: Aswathy K, Post graduate student at Christ University discusses the strategy of herd immunity in the United kingdom and Sweden.

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Jul 09,2020

EUROPE: A MELTING POT OF CULTURES AND IDENTITIES

Culture is a symbolic communication that constitutes a group’s skills, knowledge, attitudes, values, and motives, the meaning of which is passed in so

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Jun 15,2020

URGENT NEED TO HEAL THE COVID DISRUPTED EDUCATION SYSTEM

Radhika Mall, a student of Symbiosis School of International Studies remarks on the education system during the pandemic.

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Jun 08,2020

Will a Renewed Franco-German Cooperation Thrive European Integration?

Priya Vijaykumar Poojary is a lecturer at the Manipal Centre for European Studies, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE)

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May 30,2020

COVID-19, Borders, the Movement of People and a weary European union

Tanish Saxena a student of Symbiosis School of International Studies discusses the lockdowns imposed by Schengen countries during the pandemic and the

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May 12,2020

Women and the Pandemic Pandemonium

We have been mute witnesses to the COVID-19 pandemic pummelling and devastating the world into submission

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Jan 26,2019

Feeless Banking at University (Interac Method)

Interac Payment System is a vendor-neutral program that streamlines, consolidates and reduces university bills.

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Apr 11,2018

Origins of Marketing Methods

Promotion is a result of a market trend, a mass change that increases the buying or selling of commodities, stocks or currencies.

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May 26,2020

EU’s Climate Leadership: The Road Ahead

From the 1980s, climate change has been a central focus in European policymaking.

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May 18,2020

Death by Hunger or the Virus: A migrant worker’s inevitable choice

Death by Hunger or the Virus: A migrant worker’s inevitable choice

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Feb 10,2020

Global Culture in Local Classroom - Connect with Afghanistan

Global Culture in Local Classroom - Connect with Afghanistan

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Nov 05,2019

Creating Ecosystem for Enhancing India Africa Partnership in Higher Education

Creating Ecosystem for Enhancing India Africa Partnership in Higher Education

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Nov 01,2019

My Experince at Symbiosis from Ms. Quadsia from Afghanistan

My Experince at Symbiosis from Ms. Quadsia from Afghanistan, MA International Studies

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Oct 23,2019

European Association for International Education

European Initiatives & Partnerships represented Symbiosis International University at the 31st Annual EAIE Conference & Exhibition in Helsinki, Finlan

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Feb 05,2018

How The QS Stars University Ratings Are Different

When QS World University Rankings first emerged in 2004, they responded to a pressing need: giving a speedily-growing contingent of students a way to

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Jan 20,2018

Top reasons to choose India as your study abroad d

Top reasons to choose India as your study abroad destination By symbiosis | January 20, 2018 | Blog | Like | India is the country with diverse cult

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Jun 20,2018

Study MBA in India: Know All About the Course, El

A progressive country such as India has already put education for international students on a pedestal with initiatives such as

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Mar 15,2018

Top 5 Things Employers Look for in an MBA Graduate

MBA graduates are in great demand by the employers. Since every year there are MBA graduates in large numbers, employers have to assess each candidate

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Feb 05,2018

What are QS World University Rankings?

There is no doubt that rankings have become an imperative part of the tertiary education landscape, both globally and locally. Unquestionably, ranking

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