Bangor University doubles student target to help graduates into work

The University's Higher Education Funding Council for Wales-funded (HEFCW) Graduate Support Programme has helped more than 120 former students in the last two years, almost double its initial target.

Offering employability guidance and advice, as well as financial contributions towards relevant workshops and training, the scheme has supplied dozens of higher education (HE) leavers with invaluable, tailored packages of support during that time.

Northumbria University host visitors from the Islamic University of Gaza

Northumbria University welcomed students and academics from the Islamic University of Gaza as part of a British Council-funded project.

The project between the two universities offers inter-disciplinary collaboration in the fields of disaster management, international development, social work and engineering.

The visit was the first-time students across both universities were able to meet face-to-face after two years of online collaboration between staff.

Many foreign students to lose right to bring family to UK

Home Secretary Suella Braverman said the rise in dependants being granted visas was "unprecedented," and it was "time for us to tighten up this route to ensure we can cut migration numbers".

In a statement to Parliament, she added that the move "strikes the right balance" between bringing down migration and "protecting the economic benefits that students can bring to the UK".

There was a division within government about going further - and possibly banning the dependants of all postgraduate students, including those on research courses.

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says the system needs looking at amid growth in use of unconditional offers Cambridge University currently offers a ‘second chance’ to high-performing underprivileged students World Health Organization narrowly passed over in initial applications. The education secretary, Gavin Williamson, has backed a review into university admissions.

Government returns to pre-2012 policy that Theresa May called ‘too generous’. International students are to be offered a biennial work visa when graduating from a British university, the govt. can announce, overturning a key plank of Theresa May’s restrictive immigration policies.

A report from MPs concluded the department revoked visas before verifying evidence. A report from MPs terminated the department revoked visas before validatory proof. The Home workplace “rushed to penalize” international students suspect of cheating in English language tests on faith the dependableness of proof, parliament’s disbursement watchdog has terminated.

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