Indonesia

How will lower oil prices affect international enrollments from OPEC countries?

Alejandro Ortiz, Research Associate at World Education Services Oil prices dropped to a 12-year low in February, throwing oil-dependent economies into turmoil. Given how much oil revenue contributes to the flow of international students coming to the U.S., it’s worth


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Top Emerging Markets for International Student Recruitment

By Yuanyuan Fang, Megha Roy, Alejandro A. Ortiz – WES Research & Advisory Services ACCESS ADDITIONAL RESEARCH AND CONSULTING SOLUTIONS The number of international students from just a few countries on major U.S. campuses has increased to such a level that headlines


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Will Indonesian Enrollment Recover?

By Yoko Kono, Paul Schulmann – WES Research & Advisory Services ACCESS ADDITIONAL RESEARCH AND CONSULTING SOLUTIONS Indonesia’s economy has weathered the global financial crisis and its GDP has grown approximately 6 percent annually since 2010.  A global giant in


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Education in Indonesia

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews ACCESS WEBINAR ARCHIVE ON INDONESIA AND VIETNAM Introduction Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country and third-largest democracy. The archipelago of over 18,000 islands is home to more than a


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Rebuilding Academic Mobility Between Indonesia and the United States

By WES Staff Home to 250,000 people, Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous country and third largest democracy, while also being the largest majority-Muslim country in the world. Given these facts, and considering that Indonesia’s economy has been growing


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Indonesia’s System of Education

by Robert Sedgwick Editor VIEW ARCHIVED WEBINAR ON INDONESIA   The Ministry of Education and Culture is responsible for Indonesia’s four main divisions of education: primary and secondary education; higher education; culture and out-of-school education; and sports. Primary education, which


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