A Reuters investigative article on 14 October 2016 named “major Chinese education company” Dipont Education Management Group (Dipont) at the center of a scandal involving several well know US educational institutions.

The strap line for the article provides a useful summary of the allegations:

The NEW YORK/SHANGHAI – A major Chinese education company has paid thousands of dollars in perks or cash to admissions officers at top U.S. universities to help students apply to American schools.

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Dipont Client List

Reuters also published a list of the US institutions that are said to have worked with Dipont

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Source: reuters.com

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