Many international students wish to study in the United States and Canada but lack proper guidance and direction about the admission process and requirements. With over 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States alone, it can be difficult to choose the right undergraduate or graduate degree program.
WES Student Advisor is an initiative of World Education Services (WES), a non-profit with 40 years of experience in international education and offices in New York and Toronto – that provides international students with free tips and advice from university admissions experts to expand their educational opportunities in the United States and Canada.
WES Student Advisor is a comprehensive source for study abroad advice and resources for international students. Students receive free tips and advice from university admissions experts to expand their educational opportunities in the US and Canada. Our extensive network with US colleges and universities help international students connect directly with university admissions officers and the opportunity to network with other international students.
AT WES Student Advisor we offer free access to
• Webinars and Blogs by University Admissions Experts
• iGPA Calculator and Degree Equivalency Tools
• Application Requirements and Admissions processes
• Scholarship and Financial Aid information
• E-Guides on University Application Processes
• International Student Success Stories
These free resources help guide international students through the application process and provide tips and advice on how to prepare for travel to the US or Canada, and how to stay focused on studies in a new country.
We invite international students - pursuing an undergraduate, graduate, doctoral (Ph.D.), or advanced certificate/ license - to join WES Student Advisor (wesstudentadvisor.org) for monthly webinars featuring university admissions officers and international student ambassadors. Learn first-hand how to navigate the application process. Read relevant blog articles on studying in the US or Canada and download free e-guides designed with the international student in mind.