Canada: international students falling victim to sexual exploitation
International students are falling victim to sexual exploitation and are being used to traffic drugs in the Greater Toronto Area, Canada, an NGO has said.
Canada promises fraud investigation as students fight deportation
The Canadian government is investigating fraudulent acceptance letters used to enter the country, as hundreds of Indian students protest deportations.
Australia consulting on upcoming changes in overseas student reform
Australia is looking to enact wide-ranging changes this year to put a stop to unscrupulous agent behaviour and non-genuine students switching courses.
Canada: IRCC expands range of accepted SDS English tests
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has expanded the range of accepted English language tests for the Student Direct Stream, causing the shares of previous monopolisers IDP to plummet.
UK marking boycott could jeopardise graduate visa applications
An ongoing marking boycott could prevent international students from staying in the UK once they graduate, a leading university has warned.
Int’l school grads can cushion US UG enrolment blow, says report
New data from BridgeU shows how interest from international school graduates in key global markets, combined with a focused recruitment and marketing strategy, can cushion a predicted undergraduate “enrolment cliff” in the US.