Overseas Education Hub

Overseas Education Hub

A hub of information and guidance for those seeking admission to the best universities of the world.

Operating as usual

22/02/2021

According to the Skill India Report 2021, B.E./ B.Tech and MBA remain the most employable skill in India.

31/10/2020

Do you dream joining the MBA/ MS program at a globally renowned university or an international business school?

Do you know it takes much more than good academic records to ensure you get admission in such a program?

Are you aware that several good and deserving students miss out on admissions, only because they do not know about many important elements of securing admissions?

You should not be one of these candidates who get left out.

Join my 5-day ‘Dream University Formula’ Whatsapp class to learn the secrets of making an admission application even the best universities cannot refuse!

Who am I?

I’m Debjyoti Dey.

I am an MBA from IIM Bangalore and a post-graduate from Delhi School of Economics, and I have so far worked with more than one hundred candidates over the past six years in their application to MS and MBA courses in universities abroad. I have mentored, guided and coached each of these candidates to find their ‘Dream Universities’ and for creating their admission applications.

Through the 5-day whatsapp classes, I take you to the most critical parts of the application and ensure you create a ‘killer application’.

Here’s what you’re going to discover from the Dream University Formula in 5 days:

Day 1 – Why spend money and time to join a foreign university for higher studies
Day 2 - How to choose the right course and right university
Day 3 – What is the GRE/ GMAT? How to crack these tests
Day 4 - How to make killer essays and recommendation letters
Day 5 - How to make a solid financial plan for your overseas education

The outcome?

You get to know all the important elements of making a successful application for joining an MBA/ MS program at your ‘Dream University’

The best part?

You get to attend these power-packed Masterclass for only Rs.99/- . a price less than the price of a movie ticket!

Just click the link below and join an exclusive Dream University Formula WhatsApp group from where you can book your spot and start the classes.

https://chat.whatsapp.com/GT8gegvp3co39K22oObc3W

Or, visit my website debjyotidey.com

See you inside the group!

Dream University Formula 13/09/2020

Beta Testers Needed!

Binge Video Courses – How to Secure Admission to your Dream University in US/ Europe/ Australia

I am looking for 30 people who want to guarantee their admission to any foreign university of their choice, by testing out my new 5-Day Binge Video Courses.

Here’s what you’re going to discover in 5 days:-

Day 1 – Why spend money and time to join a foreign university for higher studies
Day 2 - How to choose the right course and right university
Day 3 - How to crack the GRE/ GMAT
Day 4 - How to nail your application with killer essays and recommendation letters
Day 5 - How to make a solid financial plan for your overseas education

I plan on charging Rs.999 for this 5-Day WhatsApp Class when I launch it officially.

But, for the first 10 people, the 5-Day WhatsApp Class is for Rs.49/- only, and its only Rs.199 for the next 20 people.

The batch starts on September 28 and ends on October 2

All you need to do is to click this WhatsApp Group link and if you are among the first 10, you get it for Rs.49/- only - https://chat.whatsapp.com/GT8gegvp3co39K22oObc3W

Dream University Formula WhatsApp Group Invite

09/09/2020

Upcoming application deadlines for different business schools

India September 2020 - The MBA Tour™ 19/08/2020

There is so much to gain from the MBA tour. Meet representatives from the top universities at one place. The tour for India happening during 14 - 21 September. Register yourself.

https://www.thembatour.com/india/

India September 2020 - The MBA Tour™ The MBA Tour INDIA Coming to Your Home This September Register Free School logos are for illustrative purposes. See the list below for schools that will be in attendance. Join us at The MBA Tour to connect with leading business schools from around the world! Our intelligent matching algorithm distil...

11/08/2020

A question on Sentence Correction:

Which of the following options is the best substitute for the part of the sentence given in brackets:

(**Tayeyong, a popular K-pop idol, holds parties in his yacht, they feature**) the finest wines from France, the best DJs from Australia and the top celebrities from America.

(1) Tayeyong, a popular K-pop idol, holds parties in his yacht, they feature
(2) Parties are held in Tayeyong, a K-pop idol’s yacht, which feature
(3) Tayeyong, who is a K-pop idol in his yacht, holds parties featuring
(4) In his yacht, Tayeyong, a K-pop idol, holds parties that feature
(5) Tayeyong, a K-pop idol, holds parties in his yacht that feature

FREE Webinar: 3 Secrets to Secure an Admission Offer from Your Dream University 11/08/2020

Want to know:

🎓Why it makes sense to invest effort and money to pursue higher education overseas?
🎓How to choose the right university, and the right program?
🎓What strategies you need to adopt to prepare a deal-making application?
🎓How to plan the finances to fund your education?

Join the FREE Webinar. August 23 (Sunday) at 8 PM, Register here.

https://my.demio.com/ref/gEZ70p1XAAthDJwW

FREE Webinar: 3 Secrets to Secure an Admission Offer from Your Dream University Planning for an MBA/ MS from USA/ Europe/ Australia? Join to know 3 secrets to take you there

10/08/2020

Upcoming Application deadlines (Round 1) for some of the top 1-year full-time MBA programs in India

07/08/2020

Another question on sentence correction:

Which of the following options is the best substitute for the part of the sentence given in brackets:

🎓A new law proposed by some privacy-promoting NGOs (**would increase the amount of tint that carmakers have been allowed to build**) into the windows of their vehicles.🎓

(1) would increase the amount of tint that carmakers have been allowed to build
(2) would increase the tint amount that carmakers have been building
(3) will increase the tint amount carmakers are allowed to build
(4) would increase the amount of tint that carmakers are allowed to build
(5) will increase the amount of tint allowed for windows by carmakers

06/08/2020

A question on Data Sufficiency:

The question below is followed by two statements: (a) and (b):

“Set E contains 5 distinct positive integers {x, 4, 2, 6, y}. Is the mean of set E greater than its median?”

(a) The largest integer in set E is 6
(b) The smallest integer in set E is 2

Go for Option:
(1) If Statement (a) alone is sufficient to answer the question
(2) If Statement (b) alone is sufficient to answer the question
(3) If each statement (a) or (b) alone is sufficient to answer the question
(4) If both statements together are required to answer the question
(5) If even both statements together are not sufficient to answer the question

FREE Webinar: 3 Secrets to Secure an Admission Offer from Your Dream University 04/08/2020

Want to know:

🎓Why it makes sense to invest effort and money to pursue higher education overseas?
🎓How to choose the right university, and the right program?
🎓What strategies you need to adopt to prepare a deal-making application?
🎓How to plan the finances to fund your education?

Join the FREE Webinar. August 9 (Sunday) at 8 PM, Register here.

https://my.demio.com/ref/jPkRzc5SiaKMQvjq?fbclid=IwAR3OatiIF7cAOM9qVLF6pJ00OnE_NHwYSCgv7RSHNpw69sIbyldk4z477rw

FREE Webinar: 3 Secrets to Secure an Admission Offer from Your Dream University Planning to go to USA/ Europe/ Australia for higher studies? Join to know 3 secrets to take you there

04/08/2020

Today's question is a simple one:

In a class of 25 students, 10 students play football, 8 play both badminton and football and 10 students don’t play either of the two sports. How many students play badminton but not football?

(A) 2
(B) 3
(C) 5
(D) 7
(E) 13

03/08/2020

A question on Sentence Correction for GMAT:

Which of the following options is the best substitute for the part of the sentence given in brackets:

"(**Most people’s view of the sheep is an animal of less-than-average intelligence, a symbol of herd-driven foolishness; nevertheless, it ranks**) equally with monkeys in certain cognitive tests."

(A) Most people’s view of the sheep is an animal of less-than-average intelligence, a symbol of herd-driven foolishness; nevertheless, it ranks
(B) Most people view the sheep as an animal of less-than-average intelligence, a symbol of herd-driven foolishness; but which ranks
(C) Most people view the sheep as an animal of less-than-average intelligence and as a symbol of herd-driven foolishness; but it ranks
(D) Most people view the sheep to be an animal of less-than-average intelligence, a symbol of herd-driven foolishness, which ranks
(E) Most people view the sheep to be a symbol of herd-driven foolishness and an animal of less-than-average intelligence; other than how it ranks

FREE Webinar: 3 Secrets to Secure an Admission Offer from Your Dream University 01/08/2020

Want to know:

🎓Why it makes sense to invest effort and money to pursue higher education overseas?

🎓How to choose the right university, and the right program?

🎓What strategies you need to adopt to prepare a deal-making application?

🎓How to plan the finances to fund your education?

Join the FREE Webinar. August 9 (Sunday) at 8 PM, Register here.

https://my.demio.com/ref/jPkRzc5SiaKMQvjq?fbclid=IwAR1bRvgRi1UTIjkv0RdqH1SUdR3lJCWasOhOuL2xVFzGqUcUzCwQ4adHoUk

FREE Webinar: 3 Secrets to Secure an Admission Offer from Your Dream University Planning for an MBA/ MS from USA/ Europe/ Australia? Join to know 3 secrets to take you there

30/07/2020

A question on Data sufficiency today:

Sid works at the local bakery. If he saves Rs.2000 in three months, how much did he save in the second month?
(a) Sid saved an average of Rs.500 per month in 1st and last months
(b) In the 1st month, Sid saved two-thirds of what he saved in the 2nd and 3rd months together.

The question above is followed by two statements: (a) and (b). Go for Option:

(1) If Statement (a) alone is sufficient to answer the question
(2) If Statement (b) alone is sufficient to answer the question
(3) If each statement (a) or (b) alone is sufficient to answer the question
(4) If both statements together are required to answer the question
(5) If even both statements together are not sufficient to answer the question

Go for it ...

28/07/2020

A grammar question:

Which of the following options is the best substitute for the word within brackets given below:

‘Kulfi’ icecreams are much more popular among Indian children (*than*) children of other countries

(a) than
(b) than among
(c) than is so of
(d) compared to
(e) in comparison with

25/07/2020

With the uncertainty around Covid and the economic downturn it has brought in, is it the right time to apply for an MBA or MS?

25/07/2020

Question of the day
What’s your answer?

Want your school to be the top-listed School/college?