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6 Ways to Save Money Studying Abroad

Wednesday | November 13, 2019 | by Ann Lloyd

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Studying abroad is an exciting adventure—but it can also be an expensive one. In addition to your regular schoolwork, you are probably going to get a crash course in budgeting. (That’s especially true if your trip abroad is also your first time leaving home!) In the United States and...

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International Students: Should You Invest in a U.S. Education?

Tuesday | November 12, 2019 | by Kelly Acheson

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What is the value of completing your education in the United States? Is it worth the investment? Will you gain valuable career advantages? These are just some of the questions you have to consider before spending thousands of dollars to earn a degree at a college or university in...

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Living the Mission: The Stories of Immigrants Project

Monday | November 11, 2019 | by WES Advisor

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World Education Services (WES) is best known for providing individuals from around the world with verified credential evaluations. However, WES also connects people with information and resources to help them achieve their education, immigration, and career goals in the United States and Canada. Today, we are proud to share...

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The WES Credential Review and Evaluation Process Explained

Thursday | November 7, 2019 | by Justine D'Souza

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The WES credential evaluation process involves four basic steps. Here’s a brief overview, and you can read a more in-depth explanation of each step below: In the first step, evaluators ensure that WES has received all required documents in the manner specified for that country and credential. The second...

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Workplace Presentation Skills for Immigrants

Monday | November 4, 2019 | by Ronita Mohan

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If you have just moved to a new country and found a job—congratulations! Now, you are probably concerned with making a good impression. This is where your presentation skills will become important. Good presentation skills can work like camouflage, making it seem like you have a strong understanding of...

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