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How to Transition From an Associate to a Bachelor’s Degree

Thursday | September 20, 2018 | by Colin A. Wiggins

associate to a bachelor's degree

Many students in the U.S. decide to begin their course of study at a community college to earn an associate’s degree, and then continue on to a bachelor’s degree. This allows students to save money, build up their academic confidence, take care of their general education requirements, and transition...

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Welcome to the WES Chinese Site!

Wednesday | September 19, 2018 | by Xiao Lu

WES Chinese site

We are excited to announce our new Chinese language section on wes.org. We are now able to provide a variety of content in Chinese, one of the top languages spoken among our overseas applicants. The WES Advisor Chinese blog is committed to providing tips and advice to prospective international...

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Introducing WES Digital Badges

Monday | September 17, 2018 | by WES Advisor

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When you purchase the WES International Credential Advantage Package (ICAP) in connection with your credential evaluation, you qualify for a WES digital badge. WES has partnered with Credly, a leading digital credential service provider, to offer digital badges free of charge to qualified recipients. What is a digital badge?...

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Understanding the Duolingo English Test

Sunday | September 16, 2018 | by Jennifer Dewar

English assessment test

If you are applying to a university in the United States or Canada, you will likely be required to take a test that assesses your English ability. You may be familiar with common tests of English skill, like the TOEFL and IELTS. The Duolingo English Test is a new...

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Post-Secondary Education Fairs in Ontario

Friday | September 14, 2018 | by Aliyyah Nazeem

post-secondary education fairs Ontario

Choosing a post-secondary institution in Canada can be scary and intimidating at first. Doing your research is one way to help keep those fears away, and one of the most useful events you can attend is a post-secondary education fair. In Ontario, there are two large fairs for prospective...

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