A look at current trends in education and international student mobility in Iraq. Includes a guide to qualifications, and common credential evaluation challenges.
The vast majority of Iranian students on U.S. campuses are graduate-level scholars in the engineering and STEM fields. What factors drive them to leave Iran, what are their stay rates, and what are the potential economic costs of barring our doors to them?
Students From the Middle East and North Africa: Motivations, On-Campus Experiences, and Areas of Need
The MENA region is second only to Asia as a contributor of students to U.S. based institutions. Original WES research illuminates the distinct needs of students from across the region, and the supports most critical to ensuring that they have good campus and academic experiences.
U.S.-bound Iranian student mobility has waxed and waned over decades of political enmity between the two nations. Our feature story examines that history, and helps to shed light on the potential impact of the Trump administration’s recent executive order barring travel from Iran and six other countries.
By Zhengrong Lu, Paul Schulmann – WES Research & Advisory Services DOWNLOAD REPORT ACCESS WEBINAR ARCHIVEDuring the 2013/14 academic year, there were 181,371 international students pursuing master’s degrees in the U.S. This represents an increase of over 9% from the previous year. Despite the growing…