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A new bill before the Manitoba legislature aims to better protect international students from dishonest recruiters and ensure high standards
Australia’s Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) will impose an additional $700 Subsequent Temporary Application Charge upon temporary visitors to
Grok’s CEO, Kim Morrison, was interviewed by Amy Baker at The PIE News. Kim talked about recruitment, agents, how China
A survey of almost 2,000 college bound international students from ten world regions reveals that beyond the university’s website and
The University of Canberra (UC) says attracting more international students will help the city’s higher education sector overcome federal funding
The US Department of Homeland Security, or DHS, has ordered heightened scrutiny of international students entering the United States following
The president or principal administrator appointed by Chinese-foreign cooperatively run schools will no longer require central government approval, according to