English Language Schools spared

Tuesday 29 December 2009

Added by: Season Workers

The British High Commission has confirmed that student visa applicants for the UK are unlikely to undergo increased checks as a result of the attempted bomb attack on Christmas day.

The absence of plans to review the visa policy benefits employees of English Language training schools who accept over half a million international students each year. Accredited English language schools already endure very tight controls and so it’s also encouraging for them that there won’t be a knee jerk reaction that would see the situation get worse.

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