23 UK universities join Student Visa pilot scheme

23 UK universities join Student Visa pilot scheme

19 December 2017

A pilot scheme which streamlines the visa process for international Masters students has been extended to a further 23 universities by the UK government.

The service, which makes the process of studying a Masters of 13 months or less easier for international students, also provides greater support for students who wish to switch to a work visa and take up a graduate role by allowing them to remain in the UK for 6 months after they have finished their course.

OxfordCambridgeBath and Imperial College London were already part of the scheme, which also now includes:

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