This article describes Germany’s current trends in inbound student mobility and profiles the steps the country has taken to facilitate student inflows.
Current evidence points to the need to reframe the internationalization process so that the expressed needs of students—student “voices”—are included.
Current global crises present significant barriers to educational access for displaced students. Recent research suggests helpful policy changes.
Fanshawe College in Ontario leveraged WES’ Gateway Program to enroll refugees from Syria who wanted to study at the college.
In late 2017, WES surveyed prospective international students about why they planned to come to Canada, and why they plan to stay on. A snapshot of our findings shows what we learned.