About the webinar:

Join us to learn more about the WES Gateway Program in Canada, which helps admissions staff within academic institutions and professionals at licensing bodies assess non-verifiable documents of displaced individuals. A guest speaker from Humber College will share the school’s experience with the program, including Humber’s recommendations for other institutions interested in participating.

The WES Gateway Program is open to eligible applicants educated in Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, and Venezuela who are currently in Canada.

Gain insights into:

  • The WES Gateway Program model and its applicant referral process in Canada
  • Benefits of the program for higher education institutions
  • How applicants have succeeded thus far



Aliyyah Nazeem

Manager of Academic Services, WES

Aliyyah’s background in student recruitment and admissions is foundational to her work with institutional clients. In her role, Aliyyah liaises with colleges and universities across Canada, monitors policy changes, and answers questions about WES evaluations. Aliyyah graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber with a degree in justice studies.



Student Mobility Advisor, Credit Transfer, Humber College

Over the past five years, Jenny has worked in various student-centered roles focusing on admissions and student mobility. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in work and labour studies from York University.

The views and opinions expressed in this webinar are those of the presenter(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of World Education Services (WES).