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The U.S. College Application Process E-Guide

This e-guide is designed to be a resource for international students applying to undergraduate and graduate programs in the U.S. It provides an overview of everything you need to know to successfully complete the application process.
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Funding Your Education in the U.S.: E-Guide for International Students

If you need help financing your education in the U.S., this e-guide provides a comprehensive overview of the funding sources available to you both in the U.S. and in your home country. In this e-guide, you'll learn how to search and apply for...
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Networking to Success: Helping Immigrants Understand the Key Role Networking Plays in Job Searching

WES Global Talent Bridge, in partnership with Idealist, invites foreign-trained immigrants to join the second in our series of webinars detailing how to unleash the power of your personal network. Our recent survey of college-educated immigrant...
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Career Success and Communications Skills in Canada

Effective communication is a skill involving several different abilities that all play a part in successful communication. Even if we work at a place where our first language is spoken, achieving workplace communication competency may still be...
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Applying to Graduate Schools in the U.S.

Are you planning on applying to a master's or doctoral degree program this year? This webinar will introduce international students to the graduate admissions process and opportunities available at U.S. colleges and universities. Register for this in...
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Applying to Science and Engineering Programs in the U.S.

Are you thinking about applying to science and engineering programs in in the U.S.? Are you confused about the process and requirements? WES Advisor can help you! Admissions experts will talk about the admissions process for science and technology...
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Advising International Students in an Age of Anxiety

This White Paper from the Institute of International Education (IIE) shares initial information on steps taken by U.S. campuses and higher education associations in support of students from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) currently enrolled...
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Guidelines for Creating Your CV

The following is a short guide with the key points to follow when creating a CV, including some more specific advice aimed at refugees and asylum seekers. This resource will go over all details pertaining to one's CV, including spelling and grammar,...
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National ‘access to higher education’ advice line

Our national advice line is a great starting point for your questions about getting into higher education as a young (16-24) refugee, asylum seeker or survivor of human trafficking. Call our advice line (07597583228 or 0800 331 7292) on Mondays 2...
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Improve Your Intercultural Competence

Good intercultural communication and an understanding of cultural differences are now critical for professionals, especially those part of global networks. In this course not only will you develop the skills and acquire the knowledge needed to meet...
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