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Tier 4 policy guidance updated 15 July to correct most errors in maintenance figures
Many sections of the Immigration Act come into force; NHS plans for immigration health charge
Tier 4 sponsor licence problems at 57 colleges and 3 universities: information for students
Tier 4 students should bring certain documents in their hand luggage, for showing on arrival at the border.
Restrictions on Entrepreneur applications from students from tomorrow and other immigration changes
Policy guidance updated on 9 or 10 July, though still says 1 July. Funds are higher; Annex 7 has changed
BIS consulting on the future of FE loans in England.
Home Office response following concerns raised about delays in Russia.
Home Office announces changes clarifying acceptable use of TOEIC/TOEFL English language tests provided by ETS
Videos, commissioned by University of Sheffield, in association with the Home Office, British Council and UUK, now hosted on our website.
Starting a job on or after 16 May? You must provide your employer with your term dates
Recognition of great work supporting students with NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards
Congratulations to NUS Internationalisation Award winners!
Game Changer Awards - winners announced!
UCAS produces guidance material for those planning on studying in the UK.
Some work categories change on 6 April. The biggest changes are to the Graduate Entrepreneur rules.
Immigration rule changes in March, April, May, July 2014 will affect Tier 4 applicants and their dependants
Migration Advisory Committee report on Tier 1 (Investor)
Read the full speech from the debate.
Complete this survey by 28 March and be in with the chance of winning £100 in Amazon vouchers
New immigration fees and application forms from 6 April 2014.
Are you an international student in the UK? Do you have a talent for photography? Education UK are running a competition looking at what UK student life has to offer.
TB screening extended from 31 December including China, Hong Kong, Russian Federation, Nigeria
UKCISA Advice Line closed: 24 December to 1 January (inclusive)
No ATAS applications between 20 December 2013 and 3 January 2014. Earlier applications delayed.
Visa waivers for some from 1 January. More generous rules for graduate entrepreneurs endorsed by UKTI
Video showing Indian students on their visa application journey.
TB testing in Afghanistan and small changes to the child visitor requirements.
UKCISA Chief Executive's letter arguing for simpler post-study work rules appears in Times Higher Education
The Sirius Programme sponsors small teams of graduate entrepreneurs to set up businesses in the UK.
The Government has published more information about the proposed health charge and the Immigration Bill has had its second reading. We still need your help.
Fraud warning: New telephone scam affecting international students
We have asked the Home Office to correct several errors in the PBS (Dependant) policy guidance of 1 October 2013.
Our response to Home Office consultations on access to the NHS, landlord checks and illegal working.
Information about how to withdraw an application made in the UK.
What should you bring with you to the UK? What are you not allowed to bring? Preparing for your arrival in the UK
Special interim arrangements for registration with the police have been made for students in London during the 2013 autumn term.
New Rules for visitors, Tier 4 students and dependants come into force on 1 October.
Our website now contains information about applying for further leave to remain in the UK using the online application form for Tier 4.
The Home Office has asked us to publicise their 'top ten tips' for students arriving in the UK this autumn.
Coming to study in the UK this autumn? See our guide to Tier 4 applications
Update on categories for 'home' fees in England if studying on a further education course.
The Home Office is moving towards Tier 4 applications being made partly or fully online in the UK. Find out what your options are.
The online application pilot is now open to all Tier 4 applicants in the UK, not just those at some institutions.
The phone number for our student advice line has changed.
If you are using the 'Print and Send' form for a Tier 4 application, please note this advice on avoiding problems.
Home Office confirm an error in Immigration Rules regarding family members of Tier 4 (General) Students.
Planing to use TOEIC certificates as evidence of your English language ability for Tier 4? Note new requirements from the Home Office.
The UK Government intends to interview most Tier 4 student applicants before granting them immigration permission to come to the UK
If applying for a visa from certain countries to the UK for longer than 6 months you need to be screened for TB