Homeland Security Investigations special agents have arrested three Los Angeles residents who allegedly ran a ‘pay-to-stay’ scheme across a network of four schools that enabled hundreds of foreign nationals to remain in the US without attending class.
Despite budgetary challenges, evolving technology and shifting demographics higher education institutions have placed innovation and widening access to international experiences at the top of their agendas according to stakeholders at the AIEA conference held this week in Washington, DC.
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, will be on hand to promote a new flagship programme next week to an audience of US stakeholders and alumni from London's diverse and prestigious universities and colleges. He will be joining a series of events in New York that are part of LUIP's latest marketing of the capital's study opportunities.
In its first US expansion move, Oxford International Education Group (OIEG), formerly known as ISIS Education, has acquired its first ELT school in San Diego, which joins the company's two other North American schools in Canada.