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UK colleges could lose millions due to changes in the visa November 14, 2015
UK colleges could lose millions due to changes in the visa

The policy of the UK government towards the foreign students is at risk of damaging the finances of the universities in Britain, as the colleges which enroll theforeign students in the UK can lose over 3,00,000 pounds a year by 2017. This was told in the report that highlights a rising trust on the foreign fees.Accor...

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The UK immigration rules will change from 19th November November 13, 2015
The UK immigration rules will change from 19th November

UK immigration and visas had previously announced the fresh changes to the rules of immigration on 29th October 2015. Many of the changes would affect the applications lodged on or after the 19th November 2015, with the new provisions being implemented all over and nearly every immigration path of the UK.The details ...

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Irish Foreign Minister is concerned about new job first rules for J-1 students November 13, 2015
Irish Foreign Minister is concerned about new job first rules for J-1 students

Under the hard-bitten immigration regime in the US, the full-time university and college students would have to submit the job papers before they could apply for the special summer visa.Irish Foreign Minister, Charlie Flanagan, said that the tough rules might prove a bit challenging for many and would also hit the numb...

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UK's higher education providers signed up new guidelines related to student protection November 12, 2015
UK's higher education providers signed up new guidelines related to student protection

The providers for higher education that close down the courses shall now offer students optional program or assist them transfer to another institute and also offer them the refund if that is not possible.This has been decided according to the new guideline that has been agreed by the membership organizations which inc...

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Over 2,00,000 Bulgarians and Romanians are working in the UK for the first time November 12, 2015
Over 2,00,000 Bulgarians and Romanians are working in the UK for the first time

According to the figures that were revealed by the government, there are over 2,00,000 citizens from Romania and Bulgaria who are working in the UK for the first time ever, making the total number of workers from the EU nations reaching around 2.1 million.Compared to the previous year, there are around 3,00,000 more re...

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UK Home Office is under criticism over delays in cases related to immigration November 10, 2015
UK Home Office is under criticism over delays in cases related to immigration

The UK Home Office had been accused of delaying and poor decision making in handling the immigration cases.The Health Service and the Parliamentary official which was appointed to investigate the complaints had investigated that there were around 158 complaints against Home Office and its agencies previous year and uph...

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Uplifting teaching standards of UK's higher education sector will benefit foreign students November 07, 2015
Uplifting teaching standards of UK's higher education sector will benefit foreign students

The Department for Innovation, Business, and Skills of the UK has proposed to provide the fast track path for the institutions for gaining the degree giving powers and also to drive up the standards of teaching for UK’s sector for higher education. It will also benefit the foreign students and will also create bett...

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Wage inflation in the UK will take off due to limited skill shortages November 07, 2015
Wage inflation in the UK will take off due to limited skill shortages

According to the research report from The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), it has been revealed that the inflation of wage will likely to take off in next year because of limited shortages of skills and the limited and restrained pay settlements that has been forecasted by the employers.The su...

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