Boris Johnson, the UK Prime Minister, shed light on the new post-study work visa which allows international students to work in the UK for a period of two years after graduation.
This comes in opposition to the decision made in 2012 by then home secretary Theresa May to discard this particular type of visa, in an attempt to reduce the immigration numbers.
Among the requirements for obtaining the post-study work visa, the student has to had successfully completed a degree from one of the reliable UK universities or higher education providers with a proven compliance with the UK immigration and study regulations.
Taking in consideration the large number of international students in technical subjects, this news would mean keeping only the finest global talent in the business market, coupled with increasing the probability for upcoming progress in revolutionary fields.
The decision comes as a public celebration of the meaningful contribution the international students make to the UK, as well as its universities and it supports the country’s ambitions of “increasing the number of international students in the UK each year to 600,000 by 2030”, (Maddalaine Ansell, director at the British Council).
The UK now offers the students a competitive offer, with prospective consequences such as a significant increase in the number of students coming from the Indian territory and engaging a wider range of employers in accessing the skillful graduates from around the globe.Boris Johnson, the UK Prime Minister, shed light on the new post-study work visa which allows international students to work in the UK for a period of two years after graduation. This comes in opposition to the decision made in 2012 by then home secret