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What to Expect After You Receive Your WES Credential Evaluation

Monday January 14, 2019 | by Justine D'Souza

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Obtaining a credential evaluation represents an important step toward furthering your education and career. Taking this step makes it likely that you will have questions about when and how you will receive your report, as well as how you can use it to achieve your goals. Here are answers...

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How to Upgrade Your WES Credential Evaluation Report

Thursday January 10, 2019 | 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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11 Survival Strategies for Professionals Migrating to the U.S.

Wednesday January 9, 2019 | by Nadine C. Atkinson-Flowers

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A move to a new home is typically disruptive and stressful, so imagine all that is involved in relocating to another country! For professionals moving to the United States, planning, organizing, and making checklists are all in order. Invariably, however, a successful transnational relocation will also require some or...

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Are U.S. Higher Education Institutions Easy to Get Into But Hard to Graduate From?

Friday January 4, 2019 | by Jianyang (Donna) Mei

Chinese students in U.S.

Many students and parents in China have heard that higher education institutions (HEIs) in the United States are “easy to get into, hard to graduate from.” Compared with China’s competitive National College Entrance Examination, which students must pass to enter university, the U.S. college admissions process is relatively easy....

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Important Sources of Financial Aid for Nigerian Students

Thursday January 3, 2019 | by WES Advisor

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If you are an international student looking to study in the United States, you should know that there are many sources of funding available to you—you just need to look for them in the right places. Studying abroad is expensive, especially in the U.S. The total cost of attending...

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