The Corruption and Crime Commission has handed down a report into a bribery scandal at Curtin University, which involved an employee taking money for altering test scores.
Keith Kok Low pleaded guilty to 15 bribery charges last year and was jailed for two years. The CCC said 11 other people had now been sentenced in relation to 58 counts of bribing a public officer.
"Mr Low took bribes to alter test scores which are used as part of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship's application process for visas or permanent residency," the CCC found.
During public hearings at the CCC, several Indian migrants said they handed money to middle men who said they could ensure the required test results. The amounts paid ranged from $1500 to $12,000.
Because of the scandal, Curtin no longer conducts the tests.The university was urged to tighten computer security to prevent staff being able to log on to someone else's terminal.
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