Gene MacDonald, marketing associate at Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia, said he had promoted the university in China for the last three years and had been burned by agents, who work on a commission basis and act as a liaison between the school and the student.
Jay Titus, dean of admissions at Mount Ida College, in Newton, Massachusetts, said he was told by the organizer that they were going to be strict about agent presence, but estimated "about 30 to 40% of the contact I’ve had with people this weekend has been with agents".
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