About the webinar:

Career prospects are a predominant concern among international students coming to study in the United States. This webinar will present results from the latest original WES research conducted among international students – both current students and alumni – on career and employment expectations and outcomes. Our trainers will provide practical recommendations for those working in enrollment management and student support services, particularly International Student Services (ISS) and Career Services.

Gain insights into:

  • The expectations regarding career outcomes and co-curricular experiences of current international students and international alumni
  • The employment outcomes of international alumni, including countries of residence and perceptions about current employment
  • Highlights of research results by major regions of origin and academic levels
  • Takeaways for enrollment management and student support services professionals



Bryce Loo

Senior Research Associate

Bryce has published several research reports and articles for WES, most notably on credential assessment and higher education access issues for refugees and on career services for international students. He has presented at NAFSA Annual, NAFSA regional conferences, NAGAP, CIES, and the annual WES-Boston College Center for International Higher Education Summer Seminar. 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.


Research Assistant

Ziyi conducts research on international education and student mobility trends, and has published research on education in China. She earned a master’s degree in international educational development from Columbia University, a Bachelor of Laws in international relations, and a Bachelor of Arts in English language and literature from Tsinghua University. She has also studied education and social sciences at Harvard University.