The World Education Services (WES) Gateway Program will help refugees who are now in Canada prove their academic credentials. Currently, the program is open to refugees who got their education in Afghanistan, Eritrea, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, and Venezuela. A report received from WES can help refugees to study and work in Canada, as it is accepted by Canadian education institutions, regulatory bodies, and employers. However, applicants still must meet additional eligibility requirements, such as evidence from their academic institution.
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