World Education Services 40th Anniversary World Education Services 40th Anniversary Forum: The Global Talent Agenda

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Presentations & Background Materials

International Students, Universities and Economic Development
Professor Satish K. Tripathi
President, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
Global Trends in Skilled Migration
Dr. Jean-Christophe Dumont
Head of the International Migration Division, OECD
International Students as Future Skilled Migrants
Vice Provost for Faculty, Arts, Humanities and Diversity, New York University
Dr. Neil G. Ruiz
Senior Policy Analyst and Associate Fellow, The Brookings Institution
Professor Terry Wotherspoon
Professor, University of Saskatchewan
Maximizing Skilled Immigrant Talent Integration
Managing Director, Human Resources, Standard Chartered Bank in the Americas
Vice President and Dean, Continuing Education and Workforce Development, Executive Director, Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education, Westchester Community College
Director, Global Detroit


Nov 2014
Oct 2, 2014
August 29, 2014


Meeting Summary Report
Exploring the Recruitment, Recognition, and Integration of Skilled Immigrant Talent

International Students Factsheet
Key trends and facts about international students in the U.S.

Skilled Immigrants Factsheet
Key trends and facts about skilled immigrants in the U.S.

WES Client Snapshot
WES client profiles by academic level and age

Event Program
WES 40th Anniversary Event Program

WES 40th Forum Photos

WES 40th Forum Photos
WES Videos
WES 40th Forum Video
Overcoming Barriers and Enabling Success

About WES

Founded in 1974, World Education Services, Inc. is dedicated to helping people with international education achieve their higher education and professional goals by evaluating and advocating for the recognition of international education qualifications. With a staff representing 37 nations and speaking over 40 languages, WES has delivered evaluations to more than one million people worldwide, which are widely recognized by more than 2,500 educational, business and governmental institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada. Through Research and Advisory Services, WES is also a leading provider of research regarding international education and trends. WES’ Global Talent Bridge program helps skilled immigrants attain their professional and educational goals.