Why is growth in Chinese student mobility decelerating, what financial risk does this pose to U.S. institutions, and what led to this overreliance?
World Education Services (WES) conducted a study of current international students and recent graduates about their experiences while studying in the U.S.
English is an increasingly dominant medium of instruction for many reasons. Yet, a worldwide debate is emerging about that dominance in higher education.
The ‘Best’ Universities in the World: Can Global University Ranking Systems Identify Quality Education?
University rankings are popular because they are simple to understand, but can rankings really tell us the best universities in the world?
Recent survey responses offer a window into the outcomes of Syrian refugees through the lens of nearly 340 participants in the WES Gateway Program pilot.