One-fifth of all active doctors in the U.S. and Canada are trained overseas. This article provides a brief overview of the long-cycle medical programs many of them followed.
The State of Intraregional Student Mobility in Sub-Saharan Africa: Prospects for Greater Regionalization?
International student mobility in Africa is surging but few students stay within the region – a development that tends to promote brain drain.
Practitioners committed to building immigrant- and refugee-inclusive economies need to find ways to harness local enthusiasm and expertise to drive national change.
The WES Gateway Program assesses credentials from countries where deteriorating conditions can make it difficult to obtain proof of academic study.
Practitioners discuss how to create rich, resilient, and welcoming communities that truly foster a sense of belonging for new immigrants and refugees.