Selecting Qualified Graduate Students from India

By Ari Mihael, WES Assistant Director, and Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews The number of Indian graduate students in the United States is on the decline. From a high of 71,019 in academic year 2008-09, the latest figures from the Institute of…

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WES Data Trends Among Saudi Applicants for Credential Evaluation

Yoko Kono, Research Associate, WES Research and Advisory Services, Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews Since 1989, information specialists at World Education Services (WES) have been using and maintaining a state-of-the-art credential evaluation database known as AICES (Automated International Credential Evaluation System) to…

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International Student Recruitment

By WES Staff In times of budgetary constraints at universities around the world, the topic of international student recruitment and how institutions and nations might capitalize on this important source of intellectual and financial capital has become increasingly pertinent in recent years. In this article,…

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Hong Kong’s Education Reforms and Internationalization Plans

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews Hong Kong is readying itself for major reforms to its education system that will see secondary school students graduating a year earlier at age 17 and universities offering four-year undergraduate degrees in lieu of British-modeled three-year…

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