US sector campaigns for agents as act threatens incentivised recruitment

From The PIE: “The THRIVE Act – signed into law on June 8 and taking effect August 1 – threatens the US’s ability to compete for international student talent on ‘equal footing with global competitors,’ stakeholders said. By omitting language explicitly allowing higher education institutions that receive government funding from a GI Bill to use incentive compensation when recruiting international students … American International Recruitment Council and the National Association for College Admission Counseling research suggests that 49% higher education institutions in the country partner with commission-based agents, Brimmer noted.”

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