World Education Services (WES) conducted a study of current international students and recent graduates about their experiences while studying in the U.S.
WES surveyed 1,655 international alumni who graduated between 2012 and 2019 to gauge their perception of the ROI on their U.S. education.
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.
Chris Mackie, Research Associate, WES Concerns about personal safety—particularly regarding the threat of gun violence—are growing among international students, according to a new survey of 1,921 respondents by WES. As institutions adapt their international enrollment management plans to cope with declining international enrollment, they must address…
Often criticized, online education is also considered a promising means to increase access to education in developing countries.