UK Home Secretary has issued 56,000 visas for Indian students last year, a 13% increase from the previous year.
Priti Patel, the Secretary of State for the UK Home Department, delivered a Special Address “Global Leadership – Women First: Radical Actions in the Post-Pandemic Era” at the India Global Forum. The post-study work route program will be launched shortly; to bring the best students into light, especially women.
UK-India 2030 Roadmap
On May 4, 2021, India and the UK signed a new immigration partnership that benefits Indians enormously. Indian students are permitted to visit, study, and work in the future run to the UK. This also includes a new scheme called ‘Young Professional’s Scheme.’ This agreement will also fulfill the UK government scheme international education strategy, which aims to increase students to 600,000 by 2030. The launch of the graduate route is a crucial step in launching the UK-India 2030 Roadmap.
|Main Highlights UK-India 2030 Roadmap
According to the recent Press Release by the UK government, for Indian students, many long-term goals will make women stand on their feet. All these measures were implemented to maintain gender equality.
The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and the Prime Minister of the UK Boris Johnson launched the UK-India 2030 Roadmap in May 2021. It simply focuses on strengthening the institutional relationships (along with governments, the private sector, higher education, and civil society) between the two countries
New Visa Application process
All these processes can be done through the app, but in case of its unavailability, they can directly apply online, but they need to visit the UK visa office once and a Citizenship Application Service department.
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