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Welcome to Our New Site!

Wednesday | July 26, 2017 | by WES Advisor

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Welcome to our new website! It’s now easier than ever to find useful information and order a credential evaluation on WES.org.

The redesigned site streamlines the application process for international students and immigrants who are planning their journeys to the U.S. or Canada.

You will now find all of our tools and resources in one place. That means your favorite places to visit⁠—like My Account, the WES Advisor Blog, and our Free Tools page⁠—are now accessible from any device, at any time.

The video below will take you on a tour of the new site:

From the main home page, it’s easy to create a new account by clicking Get Started. Going forward, you can simply Sign In.

Once you order a credential evaluation, you can log in to view your Account Timeline. Check the status of your application, as well as any pending steps that may require your attention. (You can also get instant notifications about your status updates by downloading the WES App.)

From My Account, you can also modify your order, order additional copies of your report, add recipients, and more. You can also view the Account Menu: It shows your order history, allows you to change your email preferences, and provides quick access to our Help Center.

If you have already created an account, but have not yet submitted your application, you can continue working on your application anytime. Your information will be saved in My Account.

However, the new website includes some new questions that you will need to answer before you can send your application.

Watch the video below to learn more about the new questions on your application:

At the top of the page, there are menus that will help you navigate the new website. You can find information about your Credential Evaluation, access our free Tools & Advice, and find answers in our Help Center.

Here’s an overview of the menus:

  • Credential Evaluation: This menu provides access to information about credential evaluations from WES. You can learn about our evaluation fees and required documents for your country of education. You can also learn the WES Difference: Find out why we’re the best choice for your credential evaluation.
  • Tools & Advice: This is where you will find access to our free tools. Those include the iGPA Calculator, the Degree Equivalency Preview, and more. You can also access our Webinars & Events page to sign up for upcoming live webinars or view previously recorded videos on your own schedule. The WES Advisor Blog offers expert advice for planning your journey to the U.S. or Canada. Finally, explore our helpful E-Guides, which provide detailed information on working and studying abroad. Be sure to check back to these sections frequently—we are always adding new articles, tools, and resources to help you achieve your educational and professional goals.
  • Help Center: Search our database to find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs). Browse resources and replies from our automated help tool. If you are unable to find an answer to your question, then you can simply Contact Us.

On the bottom of the page, there are even more links to help you explore WES.org. For example, you can visit About WES to learn more about our mission and vision, read customer testimonials, get to know the leadership team, or even find out how you work at WES!

WES is dedicated to helping empower people educated anywhere in the world to use their education, knowledge, and skills in the United States and Canada. We hope you enjoy the new website!

WES Advisor is an initiative of World Education Services, a non-profit organization with over 45 years of experience in international education. We provide advice and resources for international students and skilled immigrants to help them make informed decisions about education, employment, immigration, and integration opportunities in the U.S. and Canada.