UK offers two-year visa to international students
International students will be offered a two-year UK visa after graduation with or without a job, the country's Home Office has announced...
New Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the changes, which will come into force next year, meant that overseas students would not be forced to leave four months after finishing a degree — making it easier for them to start careers in the UK.
The new policy applies to international students at the undergraduate level or above, and to trusted institutions with a track record of upholding immigration checks, the Home Office said in a statement.
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