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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

International Students Can Now Stay And Work In The UK After Graduating

International students will henceforth be able to stay and work in the UK after graduating, the British Government has said.






This is a huge boost to a policy that had previously restricted the period to four months.

As reported by inews, there will be no cap on the number of students who can apply, as those with student visa will be able to apply to switch to a skilled worker visa if they find a job which meets the relevant criteria.

The new policy ends one of ex-Prime Minister Theresa May’s most controversial immigration policies which critics argued would deter international students from applying to British institutions and would lead to the loss of bright students who could contribute to the UK after being educated there.

33 comments:

  1. This people are really making money off Africa, the house rents, tuition fees, we are really boosting their economy, see how Africans will troop in to study there, boosting their econony

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    1. This is how it was before the previous PM shot it down. They however lost millions in revenue because foreign students were paying three to four times higher in fees than their citizens. They have since lost out to other European, Asian countries and the new PM has seen the error in this. At least, in terms of income

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    2. ## shut down. (My typo error) though come to think of it, Theresa May pulled the trigger(shot). Lol

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    3. I knew they'll do something about this, the shortage of students this year is alarming.

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  2. Great news

    Let me start applying for my masters degree in the U.K

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    1. Please apply oh!
      This thing don pain me die. Attended so many interviews and at the last stage, my visa always gave it to the next best British candidate. Wasnt funny as recruiters loved my CV and were calling me upandan. Mscheew!! I do vex since yesterday

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  3. I still prefer canada because you get permanent residence afterwards... With the UK, after 2 years they will send you back so not a good option for those looking for permanent escape route o.
    Make una reason am

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  4. Congratulations to those involved...

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  5. Umu Naija, gate don open 😊😊😊

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  6. Now they are smart, the work force must be diminishing, they need more hands.

    Good idea though

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  7. Hhehehehehehehehehe bcos they need our money. they think we aren't smart, I will come to your country and study but I can't work.

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  8. Enter your comment... Good Development

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    1. Nothing good about it. It's an old development that was shelved and in the wake of dwindling revenue and the brexit brouhaha, they need the undergraduate workhands as well as the revenue from the school fees.

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    2. Still better than here n naira... At least u get to work n earn pounds.

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    3. Blackberry, if only you know. Your earnings will go right back into living expenses and running costs

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    4. Yeah still better!..for one to progress here, is to stay away from crime and do the right thing.

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  9. very good development oooooo nice one

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  10. As they no too sure how economy go be post brexit

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  11. I sincerely pity Nigeria. The western world are using us to build their economy and provide for their citizens. The best brains are leaving the country for the corrupt to continue to roost for their selfish gain.

    It's similar to what the western world gained during the slave trade era. The difference is they're educating you and giving you better surroundings compared to your home country.

    Do you know most whites do not go to the university? Yet, they will get the same benefits (and ever more) that you blacks with the highest qualifications gained in their universities. Think about it.

    Me sha i go go if the opportunity arises. hehehehehe

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    1. 😁😁😁 nooo, don't go.

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    2. LMAO 😁😁😁 @ your last line

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Don't go nau

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  12. Their eye Don clear. Canada ti takeover

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  13. UK needs the revenue generated from the very high tuition fees of foreign students.

    Canada, other European countries and Asia have taken over.

    The brain-drain from Nigeria is massive.

    Unfortunately, the FG have failed woefully to plan for the teeming Nigerian youths who are the future wealth of the nation.
    No smart government wastes their youthful human resource because they are indeed the future leaders (workforce - creativity and productivity).
    *Practical education
    *Moral Education
    *Adequate Healthcare delivery
    *Welfare (Food, housing etc)
    *Protection of child rights
    These are some of the right investment in the youths to sustain a nation.

    What we have are grandfather's who are close to the graves SQUANDERING our "youthful-currency" on the altar of their corruption and insatiable greed.

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  14. Canada all the way πŸ˜‚ carry your stingy country go

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  15. even if you go without cash you go suffer for uk no be small

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