International Students and Crime by Helen Forbes-Mewett, Jude McCulloch, Chris Nyland (auth.)

By Helen Forbes-Mewett, Jude McCulloch, Chris Nyland (auth.)

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We’re always keeping an eye on what Australia’s up to. (P116 International Student Support Manager, UK) The case for suggesting that the UK is moving towards the Australian commercialised approach to international education is strengthening. According to one UK academic: Whenever anybody talks about overseas students in the media, from the [UK] university apparatus, the first point they make is that universities earn two million pounds a year from overseas students, and they probably bring in another four billion pounds to the economy.

P6 University Head of Security, UK) Despite the keenness to recruit international students, concern remained about the legitimacy of student visa applicants: So they have to be able to prove that they’ve got enough points before they get their visa to come across to UK, and when they arrive in UK they get checked in so to speak. And then we have to monitor them. So if they don’t attend university for, I think it’s something like for more than six weeks, we have to report them as missing which is a new thing.

Sikh students carrying a special dagger. It’s hidden. It’s not on display but we have to point out to them it’s not allowed. Under UK law you’re not allowed to carry weapons. There is some dispensation for Sikh students in law, and we said well that’s okay while you’re out on the street, but on campus if you carry the ceremonial dagger, you have to bring it into the security office and leave it with us while you’re on campus. They don’t do it but we do tell them to. (P6 Head of Campus Security, UK) 48 International Students and Crime When international students viewed unlawful incidences as not particularly serious, they tended not to consider them as crime, especially if they were from countries with higher crime rates.

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