Makala Skinner, Research Associate, WES and Chris Mackie, Research Associate, WES Declines in new international student enrollment in non-degree programs in the United States are being felt acutely. Enrollments plummeted by nearly 10 percent in 2017/18, dropping for the third straight year. The result of diminishing financial…
Canada’s Express Entry Immigration System: Changes in Applicant Pool and Behavior After Its Implementation
Alejandro Ortiz, Senior Research Associate, WES, and Jean Cui, Research Associate, WES Canada has positioned itself as an immigration-friendly country with its favorable immigration policies, numerous settlement and citizenship programs, and welcoming environment. A recent report published by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) proposes…
New international student enrollment in U.S. higher education dropped 6.6 percent for the 2017/18 academic year. Can U.S. HEIs reverse the trend?
Bologna-type Harmonization in Africa: An Overview of the Common Higher Education Area of the East African Community
The Common Higher Education Area (CHEA) of the East African Community brings Bologna Process style reforms to East Africa. How is it working?
A different breed of international summer schools has gained popularity in China, for students studying in U.S. institutions at the undergraduate level.