Ghostwriters, forgery and ‘gifts’: the short cuts Chinese students take to get into foreign universities

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Ghostwriters, forgery and ‘gifts’: the short cuts Chinese students take to get into foreign universities

From hiring ghostwriters and forging sports credentials to generous “gift-giving”, admissions middlemen in China are advising wealthy parents to take an array of “short cuts” to secure places at foreign universities.The service comes with a hefty price tag, often running into tens of thousands of dollars, but nonetheless the industry is booming.Hard work got me into Stanford, says student in US$6.5 million scandalThe lengths to which some are willing to go to were highlighted in the admissions…

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