Part 1: Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Sub-Saharan Africa
Part 2: China and India
Part 3: Europe and the Americas

This webinar series discusses recent WES research on international student satisfaction. It includes an analysis of satisfaction levels about different aspects of students’ U.S. experience, expectations, possible drivers behind these factors, and implications for both recruitment and student support services.

Gain Insight Into:

  • International student mobility from emerging regions (MENA), Sub-Saharan Africa, China, and India
  • Research findings on overall student satisfaction and satisfaction of different aspects such as academic quality, career services and campus support services and experience
  • Implications for recruitment and retention


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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.

World Education Services

Megha Roy

Senior Research Associate

Megha has published several articles on international student mobility trends. She has presented in both 2015 NAFSA region XI and 2016 NAFSA annual conference and has over 8 years of marketing analytics and brand management experience in media and publishing industries. Megha holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics honors from Delhi University, India, and a master’s degree in Marketing Intelligence from Graduate School of Business Administration at Fordham University, New York.