The number of inbound Lebanese students has increased by nearly 20% over the past three years, the majority entering graduate programs. This webinar will familiarize admissions professionals with the structure of education in Lebanon, with a particular focus on higher education qualifications.

Gain Insight Into:

  • Verifying Lebanese documents
  • The integration of Syrian refugees into Lebanese education system
  • Accreditation of the largely private Lebanon universities


World Education Services

Jessica Magaziner

Knowledge Analyst

Jessica Magaziner has worked in credential evaluation and international education research at WES since 2012. She earned dual bachelor’s degrees in French and Francophone studies and international studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She has completed graduate-level study in international peace and conflict resolution at Arcadia University in Pennsylvania and the European Peace University in Austria. At WES, her primary specialization is French and Francophone systems of education.

World Education Services

Bryce Loo

Research Associate

Bryce earned a master’s degree in international education development from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a bachelor’s degree in history from California State University, Bakersfield. He has published several research reports and articles for WES, most notably on credential assessment for refugees and on career services for international students. Bryce has presented at NAFSA Annual, NAFSA Region X, and the 2016 WES-Boston College Center for International Higher Education Summer Seminar.