Nepal

Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan: Opportunities for Recruitment in South Asia

Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan are showing strong international enrollmeent trajectories – even in the face of declining numbers elsewhere.


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Posted in Asia Pacific, Current Issue, Enrollment & Recruiting, Latest on WENR, Mobility Trends

Education in Nepal

Current trends in education and international student mobility in Nepal: Includes an overview of the education system, and a guide to institutions and qualifications.


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Posted in Accreditation and Quality Assurance, Asia Pacific, Credential Evaluation Issues, Education System Profiles, Mobility Trends

Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar Look to U.S. Higher Education after Years of Conflict

By Yoko Kono ACCESS ADDITIONAL RESEARCH AND CONSULTING SOLUTIONS   While Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar are very different countries, they share recent histories of civil war that has led to the exodus of significant numbers of tertiary-level students. In


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International Graduate Enrollment Trends in the U.S.

By Li Chang, WES Research & Advisory Services ACCESS ADDITIONAL RESEARCH AND CONSULTING SOLUTIONS In the global competition for talent, graduate schools in the U.S. need to develop responsive strategies that diversify their student bodies and adapt to emerging recruitment


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Posted in Americas, Mobility Trends, Strategic Internationalization

Education in Nepal

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews Introduction Nepal’s Ministry of Education and Sports was established in 1951 and oversees all aspects of education in the Kingdom of Nepal. There are other government agencies responsible for administering and supervising


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Posted in Asia Pacific, Education System Profiles

Will U.S. Enrollments Among Nepali Students Rebound?

Will U.S. Enrollments Among Nepali Students Rebound?

Nepal is one of Asia’s least developed countries, yet for several years it has punched above its weight in terms of international student mobility. Despite the political turmoil and poverty that has blighted the country, it is currently the 11th largest source of international students in the United States, according to the Institute of International Education (IIE). Since the 2008/2009 academic year however, the number of Nepali students enrolling in U.S. higher education institutions (HEIs) has declined by over 14 percent.


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