Some fraudulent applications are so clearly falsified that they are easy to catch, and easy to joke about. But what about fraudulent applications that are more sophisticated? How can you detect them? How common are they? Why do they cheat and why does it seem they are increasingly frequent? How should you change your China recruiting and admissions practices to combat this trend? Fraudulent Chinese Undergraduate Student Applications: Understanding and Managing a Growing Trend addresses these questions. 2011. 12 pp.
This series of papers on recruitment in China is offered through a partnership between NAFSA: Association of International Educators and Zinch.
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