Africa’s Push-Pull Factors – or Is It Pull-Push?

Influences on African Students’ Decisions to Study in the United States By Nancy Keteku Nancy Keteku is the educationUSA Regional Educational Advising Coordinator for sub-Saharan Africa Whether recruiting or evaluating applicants from overseas, we find ourselves asking, “What made this student decide to apply to…

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WENR, August 2005: International Education: It’s a Buyer’s Market

By Nick Clark and Robert Sedgwick VIEW UPCOMING WEBINARS ON POPULAR COUNTRY SYSTEMS OF EDUCATIONInternational Students: It’s a Buyer’s Market Globalization and the challenge of competing in today’s knowledge-based economy has, in recent years, sparked a race to recruit the world’s best brains. The United…

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WENR, May/June 2003: International Student Recruitment Since 9/11

International Student Recruitment Since 9/11 Part II: It’s a Jungle Out There byMarjorie S. Smith, Associate Dean and Director, International Student Admission, University of Denver VIEW UPCOMING WEBINARS ON POPULAR COUNTRY SYSTEMS OF EDUCATIONS ince the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, university recruiters have…

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WENR, March/April 2003: International Student Recruitment Since 9/11

by Joseph J. Hindrawan VIEW UPCOMING WEBINARS ON POPULAR COUNTRY SYSTEMS OF EDUCATIONIn the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 2001, it was widely anticipated that the international student recruitment effort of U.S. colleges and universities would suffer a grave setback. It was…

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Education in Taiwan

by Nick Clark Assistant editor, WENR VIEW UPCOMING WEBINARS ON POPULAR COUNTRY SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION Vital Facts and Figures Location: Eastern Asia, islands bordering the East China Sea, Philippine Sea, South China Sea and Taiwan Strait, north of the Philippines, off the southeastern coast of…

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