Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Australian Guest

The newsroom had a visit by an Australian man today, who said that an Ulaanbaatar-based agency "robbed" large sum of money from Mongolian students wanted to study in Australia. We will do a story on that for next week's edition. According to that man, at least over 30 students paid up to US$3,700 each to the agency in the hope they would get Australian visa and study there. And, in the stage of visa procedure, the Beijing-based Australian embassy denies visas to Mongolians and the agency never returns back the money to the students.
Anyone who knows same type of business here, please contact us. As far as we know, there are many language training centers in UB that advertise themselves as "official partners" of foreign universities or short-term language courses.


Mike said...

I like to spend my holidays in australia through visas international