Study in UK

The GOOD NEWS is that the changes will not all affect the degree students studying in the Universities – they will still enjoy all the current facilities offered under the existing law.

The British government confirmed new rules this week that will eliminate the opportunity for non-Degree further education students in FE public colleges from outside the European Union to work part-time during their studies in the UK. In addition, they will be required to leave the country at the conclusion of their studies and will only be able to apply for a work visa from outside the UK. New students in this category enrolled at public FE colleges in the UK will not have the work rights, even part time.

This new law is only applicable to non-Degree students of FE public college students – NOT for Degree students at UNIVERSITIES.

British entrepreneur and inventor James Dyson wrote in The Guardian at the time of discussions where going on: “Our borders must remain open to the world’s best. Give them our knowledge, allow them to develop their own and permit them to apply it on our shores. Their ideas and inventiveness will create technology to export around the world.”

“Polling has shown that the British public welcomes international students, values their positive contribution and thinks it is only fair that they have the opportunity to work here for a time after they graduate. The consistent message from employers is that they need this steady supply of skilled workers. The country as a whole benefits from the energy of these talented young people…when they leave the UK they become our greatest ambassadors.”


  • Cosmopolitan place to live.
  • Tolerant, stable society where students learn about diverse range of people.
  • No permission required from the job centre for International students studying at UK institutions to undertake spare time or vacation work.
  • UK institutions use a variety of teaching and assessment methods to encourage independence, as well as mastery of the subject.
  • Sandwich bachelors with Industry placement.
  • The education system provides facilities such as international student’s societies, planned social activities, academic support, and academic counsellors.
  • Encourages relevant skills that are marketable and sought by today’s top companies.
  • Numerous scholarships and bursaries offered by UK institutions.
  • Student discount facilities provided free through National Union of Students membership for all students.
  • Vast choice of institutions, academics and subjects.
  • Compared to other educational destinations shorter duration programs.
  • UK is a world-leading research nation
  • At their most recent inspection, 97% of further education colleges were judged satisfactory or better, for their overall effectiveness.
  • In the recent BIS Tracking International Graduate Outcomes survey, over 88% of international higher education graduates said they were satisfied with their UK learning experience.


The Higher education imparting bodies in the UK are

  • Colleges
  • Universities
  • Institutions of Higher education


  • Degree courses
  • Vocational training
  • Diplomas
  • Post Graduate Courses
  • Bachelors and Masters


  • IELTS or TOEFL scores or any Equivalent as a proof of English proficiency
  • PTE (Pearson Test of English)


The Higher education imparting bodies in the UK are

  • 20 Hours per week (40 Hours during vacation) full time work rights for spouses for Masters Courses
  • Post study work permit for students who secure a job offer with salary of 20600 GBP
  • 1-4 Months Visa extension

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