What should an international student do if the college they have applied to has their Tier 4 Sponsors licence suspended or withdrawn by the UK Border Agency?
Immigration Matters receives a large number of inquiries from students who have obtained visas or are already studying at a college which was approved by the UK Border Agency (UKBA) but later had its licence suspended.
It is estimated that thousands of students are studying at colleges which previously appeared on the UKBA Tier 4 Sponsors Register, but were later suspended.
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The realization that your college name no longer appears on the list of approved sponsors can send a wave of panic throughout the campus. But do you need to change college immediately?
UKBA closing Tier 1 Post Study Work (PSW) permit for international students closing from 6th April 2012. Overseas students who already studied in UK won’t be able to apply PSW visa any more. But the good news is UK Boarder Agency recently announced that they are going to open new scheme for Student entrepreneur or Tier 1 Graduate entrepreneur route will be open for genuine University students only. Only UK University students will be able to apply this route and number of places would be up to 1000 applicants. For sure it will effect only a small number of international students.
Lets learn more about UK Tier 4 point based system (PBS) in interactive way. Many international students still don’t know about recent UK student visa system. This time in this interactive way I hope students will get more idea about point based visa system (PBS). You (students) could learn how does it work! Please watch this video properly and follow these instruction for your further steps about Studying in UK.
International Scholarships for Taught Masters Students at University of Kent
The University has a long tradition of welcoming international students from around the world and is pleased to be able to offer a number of scholarships for entry at taught masters level.
The scholarships will be worth £5000 (for one year of study) towards the cost of tuition fees and are offered to nationals of any country paying international fees.
The closing date for application is 31 May prior to the academic year of entry. Continue reading
Leaving home to study in a global city like London is an exciting time but we know you might also feel a little overwhelmed.
That’s why we’re bringing you advice from London’s international students who know exactly how you are feeling.
Luisa Madeira, Brazilian PhD Research student at St George’s, University of London Continue reading
London, one of the world’s leading tourism destinations, is home to an array of famous tourist attractions and some of the best shopping streets in the world. With almost 15 million international visitors per year, London is the second most visited city in the world.
Many of London’s attractions are within walking distance of each other but there are many ways to get around. London has a great, user-friendly underground system and an extensive bus network that covers all of London, serving all tourist destinations. Bus tickets cost 2.20 for a single fair and a day travel card for central London is 5.60. The underground runs from 5am till midnight and many of the buses run 24 hours a day all week. Continue reading