Recent research from World Education Services (WES) sheds light on the impact of COVID-19 and the resulting global economic recession on the intentions of aspiring immigrants to Canada.
To stem India’s health care crisis, the Modi administration is reforming medical education in India. A new national bill introduces major changes.
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.
Although the socieconomic integration of refugees in Germany remains sluggish in 2019, the humanitarian migrants in the country are attending university and working in greater numbers, thereby helping to address labor shortages. If the integration of the refugees succeeds, the economic benefits for Germany could be sizeable.
Immigrant professionals who’ve earned degrees from abroad are perfectly poised to help address STEM teacher shortages at the state and local levels.