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WES experts are available to discuss trends in international student mobility, international education, and the integration of skilled immigrants into the workforce in Canada and the U.S., as well as issues related to credential evaluation and verification of international educational credentials.

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Shamira Madhany joins World Education Services as Managing Director of the Organization’s Operations in Canada
Toronto, ON  (April 18, 2018)—Shamira Madhany will join World Education Services WES, beginning on July 9th. Madhany comes to WES after more than two decades of government service in Ontario, most recently as Assistant Deputy Minister for Health, Social, Education and Children’s Policy, Cabinet Office.

Tim Owen Retiring as Deputy Executive Director of World Education Services, and Director of the Organization’s Operations in Canada
Toronto, ON  (January 18, 2018)—After almost 18 years as head of World Education Services’ Canadian Office, Tim Owen announced his retirement, effective in May of 2018. Owen will continue to serve as Director of WES Canada and Deputy Director of World Education Services (WES) until a successor is named and the transition is complete.

New Research from World Education Services Shows Career Outcomes for Current International Students and Alumni
New York, NY (October 17, 2017)—New research from World Education Services (WES) finds that 89 percent of international alumni and 92 percent of current international students believe their U.S. education is a good investment. However, many face difficulties navigating visa authorization, gaining work experience, and finding jobs in their home countries or the U.S. after graduation.

World Education Services Releases New Research into International Students’ Experiences Working with Education Agents
New York, NY (June 6, 2017)—New research from World Education Service (WES) indicates that two thirds of U.S.-bound international students who work with education agents use independent rather than…