Scotland Secretary David Mundell is eager to consider restarting a scheme for allowing foreign graduates to work in Scotland after they finish their education.
In an important descend, Mr Mundell told that he will think about the detailed proposal for reviving the post study work visa for attracting the talented foreign students to Scotland and enhance the economy of the country.
Mr. Mundell had came under strong since appearing for ruling out similar move earlier this month.
Mr Mundell also informed that the select committee for Scottish Affairs is preparing the report and would present the proof as to why changes in student visa are required.
The Scottish Conservative MP would face queries on the matter when he appears before the Committee for Westminster’s Scottish Affairs today.
The post study work visa was started all over the UK in the year 2008 but was scrapped after four years. The committee suggested that the latest graduate schemes should be explored.