About the webinar:

In the last academic year, Chinese students comprised one third of all graduate-level international students in the U.S. To help you effectively handle university applications from China, Mini Gu will review sample academic documents, help you understand the new non-standardized degree certificates, and share WES best practices for evaluating Chinese credentials.

Gain insights into:

  • Key features of the tertiary system of education
  • Trends in outbound student mobility
  • CDGDC verification procedures and how to evaluate Chinese academic documents for graduate admissions



Mini Gu

Advanced Evaluation Specialist

Mini specializes in evaluating credentials from Asia. Before joining WES, she worked for the Asia Society and various nonprofit organizations in the U.S. and abroad. She earned a master’s degree from Ohio State University and a bachelor’s degree from Fudan University P. R. China. Mini is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.



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.