Join us for our 12th annual WES workshop—Working with Sponsoring Organizations and Embassies & Strategic IEM 101: A Toolbox for Success—for two dynamic days of training and networking.
On day one, connect with representatives looking to identify U.S. university placements for their fully or partially-sponsored students. Also, exchange ideas with your peers, participate in our “speed networking” session, listen to current sponsored/placed international students share their academic journeys, and continue the conversation at our reception.
On day two, at our Strategic IEM 101 - A Toolbox for Success workshop, you will learn the tools, strategies, and best practices you need to devise a collaborative IEM plan that includes sponsored and non-sponsored international undergraduate, graduate and short-term students; as well as international secondary students studying at U.S. high schools.
If you answer yes to any of the below, these workshops are for you:
NB: This workshop will require advance readings of a few short articles on SIEM. Participants will also be asked to bring copies of current international enrollment plans, institutional data, org charts, and international materials if available.
**Times are subject to change.
This workshop is for individuals working at U.S. regionally-accredited universities only.
Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.
|Working with Sponsoring Organizations and Embassies||$575|
|Strategic IEM 101 - A Toolbox for Success||$375|
Working with Sponsoring Organizations and Embassies AND
Strategic IEM 101 - A Toolbox for Success
World Education Services. is dedicated to helping people with international education achieve their higher education and professional goals by evaluating and advocating for the recognition of international education qualifications. Visit us at wes.org for more information.