An education agency in Turkey has fired three of its employees after they were caught stealing between $50,000-60,000 from their Work and Travel students' tax returns, while others warn the number of students illegally claiming tax refunds is rising.
The American Language Communications Center in New York City closed last week, causing confusion and panic for students who may face both financial and legal issues, though some have been moved to other schools.
The first ever Global Forum for the Institute of International Education’s PEER initiative was held in New York City on April 4, and brought together international educators and facilitators to discuss refugee education in 2019.
The period of time in which Chinese students are considering and preparing for an overseas education is starting earlier than in previous years, according to new research from digital marketing company Sinorbis.
Universities around the globe which accept Chinese students’ Gaokao grades for entry requirements into undergraduate programs are creating new opportunities for recruitment, according to Sunrise Education Group.