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UK: MP slams test fraud investigation, colleges in disarray

UK: MP slams test fraud investigation, colleges in disarray

Julian Huppert, MP for Cambridgeshire, has slammed the Home Office for its handling of the investigation into suspected exam and visa fraud describing its actions as “incredibly cavalier” and that it was “absolutely wrong to name and shame” the private colleges and universities without evidence of foul play.

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UK will drop accepted visa refusal threshold to 10%

UK will drop accepted visa refusal threshold to 10%

Universities and colleges in the UK may lose their ability to recruit international students if more than 10% of the international students they recruit are refused visas, the Home Office has announced, as it continues its crackdown on immigration and visa abuse. A discretionary approach will be applied to those schools enrolling 50 or fewer students.

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UK: inquiry into effects of PSW closure

UK: inquiry into effects of PSW closure

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Migration has launched an inquiry into the impact of the closure of the UK’s Post-Study Work (PSW) route for non-EU graduates examining the effects on universities, students and local economies.The report will compare the UK to competing study destinations that offer PSW rights as well as feedback from stakeholders impacted by the change.

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UKCISA urges members to step up support

UKCISA urges members to step up support

At the annual UKCISA association’s conference, the leadership urged its student-facing members to boost advice and support for international students who are concerned by recent licence suspensions. Meanwhile, a survey of HE leaders has uncovered that government policy is among top concerns in international education.

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