Non-Degree Programs in the U.S.: Declining Enrollments and Future Prospects

Makala Skinner, Research Associate, WES and Chris Mackie, Research Associate, WES Declines in new international student enrollment in non-degree programs in the United States are being felt acutely. Enrollments plummeted by nearly 10 percent in 2017/18, dropping for the third straight year. The result of diminishing financial…

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Academic Mobility in the Middle East and Egypt: If not West, Where Will Students Go?

Despite hosting a record number of international students in 2015/16, the U.S. has seen its overall share of the global education market decline in recent years. In the face of increased travel restrictions on students, insight into enrollment patterns in the regions that are most affected can help institutions better plan future international recruitment efforts.

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Education in Saudi Arabia

By Nick Clark, Editor, World Education News & Reviews VIEW ARCHIVED WEBINAR: EDUCATION IN SAUDI ARABIA In the January 2012 issue of WENR we offered a guide to obtaining and evaluating authentic secondary credentials from Saudi Arabia, focusing specifically on the secondary level because the…

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