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Going Global 4 - Fraud and verification an international response to an international issue

British Council with Scup on August 26, 2011 11:15

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    What do UCAS in the UK, VHS in Sweden and Uni-assist in Germany have in common? Here, it is their interest in fraud and verification. This session explores how these issues are addressed by different organisations. These issues are becoming increasingly complex and important in the arena of international recruitment and admissions and require swift, thorough responses.

    The speakers draw attention to the ever-increasing international mobility of students, emerging patterns, and those issues which are common to the recruitment of international students across the three countries and worldwide. They address how each of their respective organisations approaches the issues of verification and fraud, including ways of collaborative working on a global scale and adapting to the increasing complexity of fraudulent activities. Delegates were encouraged to ask questions and offer feedback on how these tough issues could be approached in the future, not only in these three countries but globally.

    Featuring: Ros Fenney, Application Services Manager, UCAS, UK; Tuula Kuosmanen, Director of Department for Admissions, Agency for Higher Education Services (VHS), Sweden; Claus Lange, Divisional Head for Africa, the Americas and Western Europe, Uni-assist; Germany; Anthony McClaran, Chief Executive, Quality Assurance Agency, UK

    Release date: Aug 26, 2011

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