An institution which has its Student sponsor licence revoked by the Home Office is no longer allowed to sponsor students. This affects its current and prospective students.
If you have Tier 4 or Student immigration permission that is not about to expire, the Home Office can choose to allow your institution to continue teaching you for a certain period. The maximum period your institution may be able to teach you for is up to six months or to the end of the academic year, whichever is the longest. If the academic year ends on different dates for different students, the Home Office will consider each student's case on an individual basis. Whether or not your institution can continue to teach you (and for how long) depends on a number of factors, including the reasons for revocation of the sponsor licence. It is very important you seek advice from your institution to see how this applies to you.
If the Home Office believes that you were involved with any of the reasons that your institution lost its licence, for example you breached your conditions or knew that the institution was not a genuine education provider, it can end your immigration permission immediately and require you to leave the UK.
If you are not permitted to complete your studies but you were not involved with the reasons for revocation of the sponsor licence, or if you need to make an application under the Student route or are waiting for a decision on an application, see the following information.
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