The controversy on London Met Univ story of lots of foreign students being called criminals and told to leave England exposes a sad story of univ brainwashing. Innocent young people may feel univs are humane, offer chance to self develop and achieve and get a good career. But as you grow older you realise many of them only rate the student according to how society later picks up on them and rates and pays them. More vulnerable ones are simply used for money and society may even run rackets on them in later life if they suffer employ discrim in a corrupt world, and try to screw them.
I myself have been morally verbally abused by an aunt who died who joked for not pulling big money and looking big to those out there, I did not live in England. I had a letter from an ex Sheffield diocese worker whose son was victim of attempted screwing by Barnsley services in New Deal placement in 2002. She told me a white lie that he did not live in England. Church who I told did not care if he starved. You have to be ruthless to get on.
The students do not live in England according to the univ sector in London now. They carry the can for others' errors. People like me who are Brits become increasingly aware of human evil and dog eat dog society as we age. You hear from home as you expect the gov and powers that be fouled up, top cases of corruption and malpractice are exposed. But noone says you know better if given big jobs. For not putting money the students are said to be fit to get out of the country wheras some like me will know what the country has gone to. Is that fair international or humane practice or respect for the individual? Who cares?