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Britain Home Secretary rules out any changes in the student visa October 07, 2015
Britain Home Secretary ruled out any changes in the student visa

Theresa May, Britain’s Home Secretary took tough stand and rules out any relaxation in the country’s visa system for students. While saying that the international students shall return back home as their visa expires unless and until they have a graduate job in hand.She was speaking at the conference of Conservativ...

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UK industry's answer to the proposals from government for limited skilled Immigration October 06, 2015
UK industry's answer to the proposals from government for limited skilled Immigration

The Government of the UK has commissioned the Committee on Migration Advisory (MAC) for reviewing the Tier 2 under the system of UK‘s immigration. In a view to reduce the UK’s net migration.The exact measures that were taken by the government for restricting both the Tier 2 General and Tier 2 ICT visas were giving ...

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UK's performance is outstanding in the university rankings October 06, 2015
UK is an outstanding performer in the university rankings

UK’s 34 universities are in the list of the world’s top most 200 institutions, ranked by Times Higher Education.Oxford has climbed to the second place, while two other institutes who have made in the top 10 list are Cambridge and Imperial College London, with 4th and 8th place respectively.California Institute of...

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Cutting Tier 2 visas will not bring any solution to immigration crisis October 06, 2015
Cutting Tier 2 visas will not bring any solution to immigration crisis

Despite calls for reducing the Tier 2 skilled migrant visa numbers from the government, the businesses in the UK is still viewing this scheme for accessing the pool of the international skilled labour and maintaining its competitiveness. As per the report which was submitted to the Committee of Migration Advisory (MAC)...

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Britain plans to make tougher English tests for overseas students October 05, 2015
Britain is planning to prepare tougher English tests for international students

Britain is considering making new English tests tougher for overseas students. This move was set to put a negative impact on the foreign students whose numbers are already dwindling, including those who apply from India for studying in the country.The move may cause clashes within the government, as some of the ministe...

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US Republican would propose new working E-3 visas for the Irish October 01, 2015
US Republican would propose new working E-3 visas for the Irish

Ireland’s Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan had said that the Republican Congressman is intending to introduce a Bill and if it is passed it would allow thousands of people from the Ireland to apply for the “E3” visas for living and working in the US.Mr. Flanagan is on a visit to Washington, has welco...

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Tougher visas might cut the foreign student numbers October 01, 2015
Tougher visas will cut the foreign student numbers

University groups are giving warnings that the tougher visa rules which are under consideration by Home Office, will cut the number of foreign students by 15%.The proposals might also include the tougher requirement for English language for the students.UK Council for International Student Affairs head, Dominic Scott t...

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Germany is obstructed by its cultural habit despite of flushed jobs and the potential workers September 30, 2015
Germany is obstructed by its cultural habit despite of flushed jobs and the potential workers

Germany is in desperate need of workers, but an uncertain block is preventing the companies from hiring new foreign workers from Middle East countries and from anywhere else in the EU.Previous year, Germany stood at second place as destination which was most popular among people who want to permanently migrate to Germa...

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