About the webinar:

Over the past five years, the U.S. has seen a 73 percent increase in Indian students at higher education institutions, meanwhile in Canada, the number of Indian students surpassed 100,000 this fall semester. Presenters will dive deeper into student mobility trends from India and provide methods to assess Indian credentials, review recent higher education reforms and highlight key features of the accreditation system.

Gain insights into:

  • Key characteristics of the secondary and post-secondary systems of education in India including recent reforms
  • Indian student mobility trends and how to attract best-fit Indian students
  • Overview of the WES policy on evaluating three-year bachelor's degrees from India


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Ari Mihael

Quality Assurance Director, WES

Ari has been evaluating international academic credentials at WES for nearly 20 years. He specializes in the education system of France, the Middle East and India, as well as document authenticity and verification. Ari has presented at numerous national conferences, including NAFSA, and is a seasoned presenter at annual WES workshops and webinars.

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Deepti Mani

Research Associate, WES

Deepti earned a master’s degree in economics from Bangalore University, India and a bachelor’s degree with specialization in international economics from Lucknow University, India. She has six years of experience in education research and her focus areas and expertise include education policy and innovation, formal and informal learning environments, the role of technology in development, and indicator monitoring frameworks. Deepti has authored and presented several research articles related to international economics with a focus on developing economies in Asia. Deepti is fluent in Hindi.