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How to Get Your Indian Degree Evaluated

Thursday | August 16, 2018 | by Raman Solanki

WES Indian 3 year degree

You may have been in the same position I was in—of needing to get your Indian degree evaluated—or perhaps you are in that position now. This blog post explains how I was able to secure the documents required for my Course-by-Course credential evaluation and get my three-year Indian bachelor’s...

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How to Survive Your First Year of College

Monday | August 13, 2018 | by Maddy Lavoie

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When initially thinking of starting college, many students feel a rush of excitement. College is an opportunity for students to pursue their dreams, try new things, and become independent. As excited as some students get when they think of college, there is usually some nervousness as well. This blog...

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Updated Document Requirements for Nigeria

Thursday | August 9, 2018 | by WES Advisor

WES document requirements Nigeria

On August 3, 2018, WES modified the document requirements for applicants seeking to have their Nigerian academic credentials evaluated. In accordance with this change, WES applicants must submit their high school documents for all evaluations of post-secondary study at Nigerian institutions. If you submitted a WES application and received...

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How to Upgrade Your WES Credential Evaluation Report

Wednesday | August 8, 2018 | by Kelly Acheson

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Did you know that you can upgrade your completed credential evaluation online through My Account? You can think of an upgrade as an update. It means that you are purchasing a new service or adding a new educational credential to your U.S. or Canadian credential evaluation. Here are the upgrade...

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How Canadian Post-Secondary Institutions Support International Students On and Off Campus

Thursday | August 2, 2018 | by Katherine Polack

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Being a new student on campus can be challenging. As an international student, finding your way around campus and trying to acclimate to new customs and norms can be especially difficult. The good news is that your college or university likely has an international student office or international department...

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