Caribbean Medical Education – the Process

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education Services The business of educating aspiring U.S. medical professionals internationally, and in the Caribbean in particular, has exploded in the last decade. By and large, the schools that cater to overseas students in the Caribbean are considered a last…

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Learning from Australia’s Export Education Model

Sophia J. Lowe, Research & Policy Analyst, World Education Services Introduction Globally, international student mobility has increased substantially. In 2006, over 2.9 million tertiary students were enrolled outside their country of citizenship, representing a 3 percent increase from the previous year in total foreign student…

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Sustaining the Momentum in Recruiting Indian Students

By Rahul Choudaha, Associate Director (Innovation & Development) at World Education Services India currently sends more students to study in the United States than any other country. In academic year 2006-07 (the last year for which figures are currently available), 83,833 Indian students were enrolled…

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