With a booming economy and a secondary track tailored to focus on the TOEFL and SAT in addition to the national exams, China is preparing more students to study in the U.S. than ever before; 2012 saw a record 31% increase of students at the undergraduate level alone. To take advantage of this trend, this WES webinar will introduce you to tips and techniques used to obtain authentic secondary documents from China. You will learn what commonly issued academic credentials from China look like, receive a summary of documentation requirements, and learn about the importance of determining the legitimacy of awarding academic institutions.
This webinar took place on Friday, February 17, 2012. Registration is now closed.
Xiao ChenWith over fifteen years of experience evaluating international credentials, Xiao specializes in the educational systems of East Asia including China, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan. Xiao previously worked and taught in the East Asian Studies Department at Rutgers University, and has written extensively on the subject of comparative education.
Kevin LamKevin has been with WES since 2008.Currently, he is the Area Specialist of the India Subcontinent Group and specializes in issues of authenticity and verification. His previous experience includes two years in the U.S. Peace Corps, during which he spent time as an educational volunteer in China at Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications.