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September 4, 2014
The founder of South Carolina’s Cathedral Bible College pleaded guilty Wednesday to four felony and two misdemeanor charges related to visa fraud, labor fraud, and failure to pay minimum wage, the Columbia, S.C. The State reported. International students enrolled at the college had alleged that Reginald Wayne Miller had forced them to work at the college or at his home for little pay under threat of deportation.
September 3, 2014
New report brings survey data from students, agents and institutions to bear on the debate over the use of commissioned agents in international recruitment.
August 29, 2014
New analysis of visa approvals provides city-level data on international students’ comings and goings.    
August 28, 2014
The National Association for College Admission Counseling has released draft proposed additions to its Statement of Principles of Good Practice that would expand on last year’s change permitting member universities to use commission-based agents in international student recruiting if they ensure accountability, integrity and transparency. The propos
August 27, 2014
New book explores achievements and challenges of Chinese research universities as they continue their quest to achieve "world-class" status.
August 21, 2014
New report on international admissions at U.S. graduate schools shows continued growth, driven by big increases in Indian students and despite modest drop in applications from China. 
August 20, 2014
Those studying in other countries are broadly satisfied but satisfaction levels vary by country of origin. Large numbers of students from any one nation can inhibit integration, survey finds.
August 19, 2014
Both advocates and opponents of the boycott of Israeli universities are gearing up for a busy academic year on that front.
August 19, 2014
A professor at the University of Macau said he believed his contract was not renewed due to his political activism, The New York Times reported.
August 8, 2014
A vocational college in Gaza is reporting widespread damage to its facilities as a result of the war with Israel, Al-Fanar Media reported. An administrative deputy for the University College of Applied Sciences, Mahmoud Hamid, said the shelling appeared to directly target college buildings. The central administrative building was reportedly destroyed, as was a conference hall and some laboratories and classrooms.


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