Forged document students expelled

November 13, 2008

NEWCASTLE, UNITED KINGDOM–Dozens of foreign students have been told to leave Newcastle University after the certificates they used to gain entry were found to be forged. Most of the 49 Chinese students, along with one Taiwanese pupil, had enrolled on business studies courses which they started in September. But lecturers became suspicious when they were unable full story
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More foreign students choosing SA

November 13, 2008

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA–South Australia is attracting a growing number of international students, pouring $740 million into the state’s economy this year. Latest data shows a 17.5 per cent rise in the number of foreign students in schools, tertiary study and vocational education and training in SA. As of September, a total of 25,306 international students were enrolled full story
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UK rolls out new rules for foreign students

November 4, 2008

LONDON–Pakistani students who want to study in the UK from March onwards will have to be ‘sponsored’ by colleges and universities that have acquired a licence from the UK Border Agency.
These new rules were announced by the Home Office on October 30 as part of a delivery plan for the student tier of the Australian-style points system. The system will clamp down full story
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