About the webinar:

Outbound student flows from Indonesia are modest but growing, and demographic and socioeconomic factors suggest that the country will play a role in international education in the years to come. Our presenters review recent trends in Indonesian education and student mobility, and provide an overview of the education system, including academic documents.

Gain insights into international branch campuses:

  • Indonesia’s upper secondary and higher education structures
  • WES-recommended grade equivalencies and document requirements
  • Recent reforms and student mobility trends



Dragana Borenovic Dilas

Evaluation Documentation Specialist, WES

Dragana has worked at WES since 2017. She was previously an instructor of English for art and design at OCAD University. She is the founder of an international language school that offered 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 in Germany, and a master's degree in history of art from the University of Michigan. She recently co-wrote articles on education in Nepal and Indonesia for World Education News & Reviews (WENR).


Chris Mackie

Research Associate, WES

Chris is an international higher education researcher at WES where he conducts and presents research on a variety of topics in the field of international higher education. He has been with WES since 2014 and has experience in credential evaluation, specializing in the analysis and evaluation of credentials from the Indian subcontinent and the Asia-Pacific region. Before joining WES, Chris served as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Jordan, working as an ESL teacher and community development specialist. He holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Temple University and is fluent in Arabic.

Mara Ohorodnik

Research Associate, WES

Mara is an international education researcher specializing in education for refugees. At WES, she continues to conduct research on this topic as well as on internationalization policies and student mobility. She has been published in the Journal of Studies in International Education, and presented her research at the Annual Graduate Student Research Conference of the Washington Consortium for Comparative and International Education. Mara holds a master’s degree in international education from the George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in communication from Michigan State University.