Mexico’s International Students: Down, But Not Out

Mexico’s International Students: Down, But Not Out

The number of Mexican residents seeking an evaluation of their academic credentials through World Education Services rose 24.7 percent between 2010 and 2012, indicating a significant uptick in interest among Mexicans for U.S. educational opportunities after a period of recent decline in the wake of the global financial crisis.

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Education in Venezuela: Reform, Expansion and an Uncertain Future

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews Education in Venezuela is administered and regulated by the Venezuelan Ministry of Education and is highly centralized. Education is compulsory for the first nine years (educación básica) and is taught in Spanish. After nine years of…

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Education in Mexico

An Overview of Education in Mexico

In this article, we offer an introduction to the education system of Mexico, with insight on how best to evaluate common academic credentials from both the secondary and tertiary levels.

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Indian Perceptions of US Higher Education

By Vijaya Khandavilli VIEW UPCOMING FREE WEBINAR: EDUCATION IN INDIA Universities and colleges in the United States have long been the destination of choice for internationally mobile students from India. This especially has been the case in the last decade of rapid economic growth and…

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