Enrollment & Recruiting

New Open Doors: Bracing for Changes to International Students Flows

By Paul Schulmann, Research Manager ACCESS ON-DEMAND WEBINAR ON U.S. HIGHER ED IN A NEW POLITICAL CLIMATE &nbsp The Institute of International Education (IIE) released their 2017 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange on Monday. It confirmed what many


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Student Recruitment in China: One Institution’s Insights From Tier II and Tier III Cities

Ross Jennings, Senior Director, International Education, International Programs, and Extended Learning, Green River College ACCESS ON-DEMAND WEBINAR ON HIGHER ED AND STUDENT MOBILITY IN CHINA &nbsp China presents a major challenge for lower- or unranked American colleges and universities. It


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Student Recruitment in India: Opportunities and Challenges in Tier II Cities

Deepti Mani, Research Associate, WES ACCESS ON-DEMAND WEBINAR ON THE INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM AND STUDENT MOBILITY TRENDS &nbsp Click icon to access and download the data set used in the graphic above. In 2016/17, the number of Indian students in


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No Matter the Budget, International Students Aspire to Study in the U.S.

Paul Schulmann, Research Manager, WES ACCESS ON-DEMAND WEBINAR ON OBTAINING INTL CREDENTIALS FOR UNDERGRAD ADMISSIONS &nbsp Pursuing a degree in the U.S. is notoriously expensive for international students, who do not qualify for in-state tuition at public schools and are


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Education in Vietnam

Stefan Trines, Research Editor, WENR ACCESS ON-DEMAND WEBINAR ON EDUCATION IN VIETNAM &nbsp A Surging Economy Vietnam is a booming country that has seen sweeping market reforms since the 1980s, as the  Communist government has moved from a command-style economic


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Career Expectations, Experiences, and Outcomes of U.S.-Educated International Students: What We Learned

Our research team surveyed more than 2,000 international students to answer a key question: What international students’ career outcomes?


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How Can U.S. MBA Programs Respond to Declining Demand From International Students?

Full-time, two-year MBA programs in the U.S. have seen declines in application numbers for the third straight year. How can institutions respond?


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The Fluctuation Effect: Currency Exchanges and the Cost of Education

Colin Youngblood, Editorial Assistant, WENR REGISTER FOR CAREER EXPECTATIONS WEBINAR &nbsp International students buy into an education market where their purchasing power has the potential to swing wildly. The sticker shock for students studying abroad can thus be considerable. As


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Education in Iraq

A look at current trends in education and international student mobility in Iraq. Includes a guide to qualifications, and common credential evaluation challenges.


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Vietnam: Southeast Asia’s Most Dynamic Outbound Market

In terms of student recruitment, is Vietnam a worthwhile next investment? Most likely, yes. A look at the underlying dynamics, and their implications for strategic enrollment planning.


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