Bogus colleges deleted

24th July 2009 at 01:00
Scotland's Colleges has welcomed the call for a crack down by Westminster MPs on bogus colleges operating in Britain

The UK Borders Agency has tightened regulations and four Scottish colleges removed from the Government-approved list of providers able to bring students into the country. But the House of Commons home affairs committee was highly critical of the agency for giving advance notice of visits in 85 per cent of cases. Scottish FE principals are continuing the campaign to have the name "college" protected by law, as do universities.

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