New Rules Announced for UK Tier 4 Student Visa

16 July, 2015

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The United Kingdom has announced some major reforms to its tier 4 student visa rules. According to the Britain, Indian graduate and post-graduate students who are visiting UK to study for the first time, are permitted to work for a period a period of 20 hours per week in term time and full-time during holidays.

International students aspiring to study in the UK - replicate degree, would now have to demonstrate that it is tending to education sequence.

UK tier 4 student visas, is granted for international students whose age is more than 16 years and have been offered a course to study in the UK.

Effective August, new students who are enrolled in publicly funded colleges are not permitted to work. The new laws enable university students to take up new courses at the similar level, only when the earlier course is related. The universities also confirm that this supports studentís career goals.

This would be supported by reliability interviews and approves against universities who abuse this law.

New reforms also allow college students to extend their Tier 4 visas in the UK only if they study in embedded college.

This move makes them to depart the nation and apply for new UK visa from overseas nation, if they would like to study other course.

The new changes help to minimize immigration abuse and ensure that the country maintains competitive edge and lure elite international students. The United Kingdom continues to welcome elite students to its world class educational institutions or universities. These reforms will not affect international students pursuing their studies at the UK University at degree level or above. 

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