Ayesha Banerjee is responsible for Hindustan Times’ weekly supplements, including HT Estates, HT Education and HT ShineJobs.
Articles by Ayesha Banerjee
Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales has a strong Indian connection.
That is why, at INSEAD, they have a good mix of students in their classes.
Keisuke Matsumoto, a Japanese Buddhist monk, an ISB alum and the World Economic Forum’s (2013) Young Global Leader Honouree, is changing the way temples function in his country.
An alum of the Great Lakes Institute of Management in Chennai, Kunal Prasad is the founder and COO of CropIn, which has created an app for the agri sector.
It’s not easy to study and take time out for volunteer work. A bunch of young students from Delhi are making great efforts to push blood donation drives. Ayesha Banerjee meets up with them.
Renowned for its illustrious alumni, Sciences Po Paris, at a more basic level, helps students gain a direction in life.
Francis Verillaud, vice-president, Sciences Po, talks about a new MoU with the Young India Fellowship.
The London School of Economics announces new scholarships for Indians and a tie-up with TISS.
Rankings are ‘crude instruments’ for nuanced choice, says Stanford B-school dean. Harvard ‘doesn’t focus’ on them. HT Education sought the reactions of the world’s top two premier B-schools’ to...
What do a student of finance, an engineer and a banker have in common? They love food so much that one fine day they decide to chuck it all and join a world famous school to become pastry chefs.
Jean-Jacques Tranchant, master chef at Le Cordon Bleu Paris, talks about his sweet tooth and more.
In the first of a three-part series, we tour the country to explore its study options.
Hi students! The slog overs have begun with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) boards — Classes 10 and 12 — just around the corner. This year, in keeping up with its mission to bring you news you can use, HT Education is going every step of the way with you, giving you helpful tricks and tips related to major subjects in the boards.
And a very Happy New Year too from a place in Paris that has, over the years, become a home away from home for students from India and other countries.
The B-school claims its online offering will help develop your acumen for business and teach you how to stay one step ahead of the competition.
Don’t worry about visa curbs when you can stay on and work in the UK, says the British high commissioner
You get a full tuition fee waiver and a chance to study in one of Victoria’s top universities
Where does a management degree from Wharton, or Harvard Business School or Insead take you?
Nunzio Quacquarelli, managing director of QS (of the world rankings fame) talks about the changing trends in MBA education
Ace fashion designer Ravi Bajaj is inspired by Indian film stars from the ’60s and people with their own distinctive styles.
Canada’s Rotman School students use a marketing mantra to reach out to rural Indians, helping them put aside money for important things like children’s studies
During the first few days on campus, Chetan Bhargava was amazed by the ecosystem that MIT had built in Cambridge, Boston. MIT Sloan is the nursery for cutting edge technology, inventions, reports Ayesha Banerjee.
Got a great idea you want to research? Get Ryerson University’s R5.95 lakh fellowship
An amazing invention which can tap signals from the brain has been unveiled recently in Canada… and soon Indian students could be working on it
Global orientation will be key for students at the GMR campus of the Schulich School of Business
Where demographics go, Canada’s need could be India’s opportunity. Ayesha Banerjee looks at how both countries are trying to forge mutually beneficial ties — especially where education is concerned
It’s time we rolled up our sleeves and got cracking on the Canada-India education agenda, says Paul Davidson, president, AUCC
From those healing sick hearts to others improving a child’s smile... surgeons toil hard to ease people’s suffering, says Ayesha Banerjee.
How aware are you of the fragile and beautiful life forms undersea that are under severe threat today, asks Ayesha Banerjee.
Updated on Sep 22, 2011 11:39 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByAyesha Banerjee Ayesha Banerjee, New Delhi