About the event:
Join us to learn more about the WES Gateway Program in the United States. The program helps admissions staff in academic institutions and professionals in licensing bodies assess non-verifiable documents of refugees and other displaced individuals.
Through the Gateway Program, WES can reliably validate and assess the education of individuals displaced by political unrest, conflict, and natural disasters even when complete, verifiable documents are unavailable. The WES Gateway Program is open to eligible applicants educated in Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, and Venezuela who currently reside in the U.S.
The WES Gateway Program was launched in Canada in 2018. It is now being piloted in the U.S. with a limited number of partner organizations. We continue to engage new partners to make credential assessment available to eligible individuals.
Join this webinar to gain insights into:
- The WES Gateway Program and its benefits for higher education institutions
- How WES validates and assesses international education
- How to refer program applicants in the U.S.