About the Webinar:

Despite a shrinking college-aged population, the number of outbound Thai students has remained steady over the years. This trend will likely continue as many institutions face the specter of closing or reducing course offerings due to dwindling college-aged population and ongoing political instability. Learn more about the current state of higher ed in Thailand, including a look at the systematic structure and key features of common academic credentials, and potential difficulties in acquiring them.

Gain Insight Into:

  • Secondary and tertiary systems of education
  • Common issues with evaluating Thai documents
  • Student mobility trends from Thailand to the U.S. and Canada



Francesca Masucci

Advanced Evaluation Specialist, WES

Francesca has been with WES since 2008, holding positions of credential evaluator, manager for the Asia-Pacific region and now quality assurance manager. She holds a bachelor's degree in political science and international affairs from Southern Connecticut State University, and a master's degree in diplomacy and international affairs from Seton Hall University. She has also studied civil society at the Central European University in Budapest.


Cindy Le

Research Associate, WES

Cindy earned a master's degree in international education policy from Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a bachelor’s degree in Asian studies and economics from Williams College. She conducts research for WES on international higher education trends and student mobility.