Category: Studying in UK

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

UK Planning To Limit International Students To Reduce Immigration

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is considering putting up barriers for international students bringing dependents and studying “low-quality degrees” in a bid to reduce net migration. According to reports, the idea has been introduced as part of efforts to keep the migration situation under control, after recent official statistics showed that net migration to the…
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Heathrow Airport Ends Outgoing Passenger Cap

Heathrow Airport has lifted its passenger cap but has warned that it may return at busy times around Christmas. Since July, the London airport has limited the number of outgoing passengers to 100,000 per day. The cap was introduced to cope with staffing shortages, which saw the airport plagued by long lines and frequent cancellations…
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The UK’s Worst Airports In 2022 Revealed

Small airports in the UK have beaten their big-name rivals to be crowned best in the country this year as many larger hubs were crippled by excessive delays and cancellations Manchester Airport’s three terminals have taken up the bottom three spots in a list of the UK’s best and worst airports. Which? Travel ’s ranking…
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UK Launched Scale-Up Visa

The new UK Scale-up visa officially launches today, 22 August 2022. The new visa route is aimed at foreign nationals who have been recruited by a UK sponsor.  The scale-up visa was created to make it quicker and easier for fast-growing businesses to bring highly skilled individuals to the UK.  In order to be eligible…
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UK Resumes Priority Visa Services

Last March, the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) suspended the priority services for new applications made from outside the UK. After 5 months, UKVI has reinstated “priority services” for new work visa applications. The suspension was UKVI’s response to the large influx of applications under the Ukraine Family Scheme as those applications were to be…
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