Student visa fraud: universities and governments ‘must be proactive’

Ellie Bothwell, Times Higher Education, Jun 13, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I don't think Canada needs any lessons on supposed 'visa fraud' from the Times of London, participarly when the only evidence offered seems to be the way we run our decentralized education system: "the process for granting degree-awarding powers is determined by each provincial government, which she said 'can allow more room for corruption'." If there is any evidence that fraud actually has been committed by Canadian institutions, THE ought to come out and say so instead of making insinuations. By contrast, I guess, British institutions, which can charge $18K in tuition, aren't likely to defraud their students at all! Crumpets!

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