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23 October 2019

Assigning CASs: all you need to know

This course is for Level 1 and 2 users of the SMS who are or will be involved with assigning CASs.
London
13 November 2019

UKVI Audits: preparation & survival (short day)

This course is specifically for staff involved in Compliance, particularly those who are likely to coordinate and lead the institution's preparations in the event of a UKVI audit.
London
21 November 2019

Short-term study visa refusals

This course will give advisers an opportunity to find ways of reducing the likelihood of visa refusals for their short-term students.
London
29 November 2019

Residence requirements (for fees) in England, Wales and Northern Ireland

This course looks at assessing the residence requirements in order to assess students’ fee status.
London
03 December 2019

Advising on Tier 4 applications (part 1)

This course is for those providing immigration advice and supporting students making entry clearance and leave to remain Tier 4 applications.
London
06 December 2019

Work rights and options for international students

This will be of interest to anyone involved with advising international students about immigration and careers options at any stage of the 'student journey'.
London
13 December 2019

Framework for fees (higher education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

This course offers a structure for determining who should be charged ‘home’ fees and who can be charged ‘overseas’ fees.
Manchester
15 January 2020

Tier 4 and sponsor compliance

This is a seminar followed by a Q&A session. It clarifies the compliance duties that institutions must undertake to avoid losing their Tier 4 licence.
London
16 January 2020

Advising on Tier 4 applications (part 2)

This course will enable advisers to consider how to deal with complex applications, and problems which may occur through the process of the application.
London
24 January 2020

Framework for fees (higher education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

This course offers a structure for determining who should be charged ‘home’ fees and who can be charged ‘overseas’ fees.
London

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