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Published on Thursday, 10 January 2013 17:33
Aston University in London, UK (photo - google )
The United Kingdom will resume its Post-Study Work Programme this April, sources said.
Under the programme, UK allowed international students to stay in the country for two years after graduating but there were cases that students applied for a student visa without the intention of studying. This prompted UK to stop the programme in April last year.
“After the programmed was halted, the number of international students who applied for UK universities declined as a result,” Aung Kyaw San, International Education Advisor from Crown Education, noted.