Tuesday, 14 July 2015

All part-time work rights for non-EU students studying at publicly funded colleges to be abolished

It is expected that the scrapping of work rights for non EU students will be enforced from August and the other changes to be implemented in Autumn,

The summary of changes
  • Non-EU students at publicly funded colleges lose right to work for up to 10 hours a week, matching rule for those at privately funded colleges
  • The length of further education visas will be reduced from three years to two.
  • FE college students will not be able to stay and work in UK when they finish their course, unless they leave the country first (will be exempted if they are registered at an institution with a formal link to a university)

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can I highlight few points:
1- I am studying at imperial college london, pursuing bachelor degree(3 year course) in computer science. As a Non-EU student, my annual tuition fee is 25000 pounds.
2-I rent a place with my uni friend at stratford, london. A 2 bed flat with two bathroom. I pay my part 225 per week which is 11475 every year. * without utilities bills, which cost in additionally like 60 pounds every month per person.
3- being a bright international student, i am on track of 1st class degree with honors. i have completed two years. from this sep, i will continue to my third year at uni.
4-my food expense is like 400 pounds a month. and travelling takes a further 60 pounds a month. the shopping i do mostly from westfield stratford or from selfregies is a separate expense.
5-At the same time, my elder brother is also studying at university of manchester. similar tuition fee expense but low living cost.
6- Collectively it cost my father about 70000 pounds every year. His business income is about the same so it will left him with nothing. As a result my grandfather steps in and take responsibility of me and my brother college expense.
7- Government of Britain never gives me any financial benefit. we pay for everything. I remember the only thing i got for free in these two year term was the 3 times that i went to my gp(doctor). where the session last for less then 10 mins. thats it.
8- Please tell me where did i took any benefits or been burdened to the british government.

Post a Comment

Subscribe via email to Receive New Posts straight in to your Inbox

Be the first to learn about...Updates on UK education policy, Updates on student visa matters, College/University rankings, Etc... Subscribe Today to Receive New Posts straight in to your Inbox ##About http://www.ukeducationforall.com, Disclaimer Policy and Privacy Policy##: All information or other content, including, but not limited to, opinions or statements and advice, made on the site are those of Rushdy Razak(Chief Editor) here in known as Editor or respective authors, not of www.ukeducationforall.com and should not necessarily be relied upon. www.ukeducationforall.com does not essentially approve, support, authorize, encourage or agree with the comments, opinions or statements of any information or other content on the site and does not in any way guarantee the accuracy, reliability, usefulness or completeness thereof. Under no circumstances will www.ukeducationforall.com or the Editor be responsible for any damage or loss arising from anyone's reliance on information or other content shown on the site, or transmitted or otherwise communicated to users of www.ukeducationforall.com. The information provided by this blog/website is solely for advisory basis and originates from its information sources and personal opinions of the writers, the opinions or the projected outlook presented by the editor not connected or influenced by any vendors, institutions or institutions he works for