Education in Afghanistan

Deeply compromised by decades of war and conflict, Afghanistan’s education system remains fragile. But 15 years of reconstruction have led to significant gains, including the establishment of a higher education accreditation system and the launch of the country’s first PhD program.

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Education in Syria

Silje Immerstein, Training Manager and Sulaf Al-Shaikhly, QA Manager Education Overview The Education System in Syria Administration and Finance In 2009, 5.1 percent of Syria’s GDP was allocated to education. The Syrian government plays a central role in the administration, planning, and supervision of education…

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Barriers to progress: Documentation challenges in Ukraine and Crimea

This article, which focuses on students in Ukraine, is the first in a periodic World Education News & Reviews series that will springboard off of the insights of credential evaluators at World Education Services (WES) to highlight the challenges faced by students in specific regions…

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Education in the U.K.

Jessica Magaziner, Credential Analyst at World Education Services At its peak, British colonialism affected half the nations on the globe. As a result, the United Kingdom’s educational system emerged as one of the most influential models in the world: Even today, British credentials are awarded…

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WENR, November 2015: Europe

Live where you learn

This week, Kaplan International Colleges and Bournemouth University officially opened a £100m, 16floor, live-learn facility on the university’s Lansdowne campus…

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