Outbound student mobility from Nepal is soaring: Between 2000 and 2016, the number of Nepali students enrolled in degree programs abroad rose by 835 percent. In this overview of Nepal’s secondary and tertiary education systems, WES specialists will discuss key academic documents and best practices for evaluating them. They will also explore how to attract students from this emerging recruitment market.

Gain Insight Into

  • Essential documents and difficulties in acquiring them
  • Grade conversions and degree equivalencies
  • Outbound student mobility to the U.S. and Canada




Credential Examiner, WES

Dragana has worked as a credential examiner at WES since September 2017. Prior to joining WES, she worked as an instructor of English for art and design at OCAD University. She is also the founder and past director of studies of an international language school that offered language courses to students from all over the world. Dragana holds a bachelor’s degree in history and theory of art and literature from Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, and a master's degree in history of art from the University of Michigan. She recently co-authored a World Education News & Reviews (WENR) article on Education in Nepal.



Data Analytics Associate, WES

Jean earned a master’s degree in education psychology from the University of Connecticut and a bachelor’s degree in English education from Capital Normal University in Beijing, China. Jean previously worked as a teacher of English in China, and as an education interpreter for official Chinese education delegates to the United States.