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“Quality is at the heart of what we do”: Grant McPherson of Education New Zealand

Grant McPherson, Chief Executive of Education New Zealand, spoke to BrainGain magazine, about the advantage of a New Zealand education and how the government is working towards making it better.

Hordes of Indian, Chinese Students Caught in Feds Fake College Sting

Federal investigators create a fake university in New Jersey to catch 'pay-to-stay' student visa schemers.

We created a shady agent for a fraud awareness campaign and some students sought his advice

If you want to study abroad, the only way to protect yourself from scammers is to do your own research diligently – you'll be amazed how good you are at detecting fraud

Episode 2 of Trust Lucky Get Lucky

March 02, 2021 |
Rocky meets Lucky Lakhanpal for a shady deal which can "guarantee" him admission in an American university. But should Rocky #Trust Lucky?

7 reasons to study in New Zealand

The number of Indians who chose to study in New Zealand is up by 53% from last year. High Commissioner to India Joanna Kempkers and Education NZ Regional Director John Laxon discuss why

Introducing Our Web series - Trust Lucky Get Lucky

BrainGain magazine announces the launch of the web series 'Trust Lucky Get Lucky'. Read more below.

Career counseling is no substitute for doing your own research

Learning about universities in other countries takes time and can be confusing, but you absolutely must do it, and not rely blindly on consultants

Shady recruitment agents put students' future at risk

Two news reports this week show how students pay a heavy price for scams by unscrupulous recruitment agents hired by US universities

Lack of trust and risk to reputation: Why US universities avoid using recruitment agents

US universities and colleges are more cautious in using student recruitment agencies than their counterparts in other countries, according to a recent survey

New Zealand deports 150 Indian students for fraud

The students say they were unaware that their agents faked their financial information, and opinion is divided as to whether the agents, colleges, or students should be held responsible

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