Examining scholarly and professional research on international student experiences navigating racial identities, prejudice, and discrimination in the U.S.
Fanshawe College in Ontario leveraged WES’ Gateway Program to enroll refugees from Syria who wanted to study at the college.
Immigrant professionals who’ve earned degrees from abroad are perfectly poised to help address STEM teacher shortages at the state and local levels.
Last year, international enrollments in non-degree programs dropped by nearly 10 percent in the U. S., in part due to erratic foreign government support.
Canada’s Express Entry Immigration System: Changes in Applicant Pool and Behavior After Its Implementation
Canada hopes to welcome 1.3 million newcomers between 2018 and 2021. How has their new Express Entry immigration system affected the applicant pool?