Abstract: The UK has set up a new commission to formulate better study visa policies for international students.
The UK has set up a commission to formulate comprehensive data on the merits of international students in the country. The commission comprises experts in the education field.
The IHEC or International Higher Education Commission has been established to gather and formulate data about the policies for students from other countries. It is headed by Chris Skidmore, former universities minister and Member of Parliament of the UK.
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The aim of the commission is to highlight the importance of international students in contributing to the economy and society of the UK and to suggest ideas for ‘International Education Strategy 2.0’. One of the ideas is a study visa that makes the UK a more attractive study overseas destination.
The UK is facing a shortage in the workforce in the sectors of hospitality and healthcare. The enhanced immigration policies will address the shortage, offer opportunities for Indian graduates who pursued their higher education, and find meaningful employment opportunities in the country.
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The gap in the UK’s short to medium-term skills is addressed by offering a streamlined education-to-employment system for Indian students. After returning to India after graduating from the UK, the skilled graduates will significantly contribute to their country by incorporating the best practices from worldwide.
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NISAU UK is the organization that campaigned for the Graduate Route visa, facilitating international graduates to stay and acquire work experience in the UK. The Graduate route visa is mutually beneficial for international students as well as British society.
Ever since the Graduate Route was implemented, more number of Indian students are opting to come and study in the UK. Approximately 120,000 Indian students were issued study visas in the last year.
The new strategy demonstrates that the UK plans for a detailed and sustainable approach toward international education. The UK also offers lucrative post-study work visas to retain international students.
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