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Scotland 'Long residence' category introduced in Fees & Stu Support for 2017-18. We are updating our info.
Do you use our website? Share your thoughts about what you like and what you don't.
Don't ignore illness at exam time - tell your institution!
EU students who start courses in 2018/19 will remain eligible for funding in Wales.
The Manifesto asks all parties to include a proposal for a Scottish post-study work visa in their plans for Government
EU students applying for university places in England 2018/19 will remain eligible for home fees, and for Student Support if applying to SFE.
Opportunity to take part in a survey exploring student wellbeing, cultural differences and coping in stressful situations
‘How to succeed in the global workplace’ launches on 8 May
Changes to England's 'Long residence' category took effect from 3 March 2017. See our revised web info.
We have updated our information - EU Referendum: what we know for EU students, following the UK giving notice of its intention to leave the European Union.
The NUS International Students’ Awards 2017 are open for nominations
From 1 July 2017, Syrians admitted to UK under VPRS will be granted refugee status (not humanitarian protection). So no 3-year residence test for Student Support eligibility.
The results are based on the responses of more than 15,000 undergraduates rating their university.
Allowed to work? Make sure your hours fit a Monday-Sunday week from 6 April
How to refer a case to the OIA and preserve the right to pursue legal action within relevant deadlines
EEA national students and their family members are required to have comprehensive sickness insurance (CSI). The Home Office has issued a statement to assure those who currently don't have CSI that the...
New Universities UK research explores economic impact of international students in the UK
Please would you circulate this survey to any non-EU international students on your campus?
Contact ATAS if you applied from a Chinese server and are waiting for a reply
Can you help a student with her PhD research?
Funds for Tier 4 dependants applying to extend leave are calculated from the day after expiry of their leave
Fill in the short, confidential survey from NUS for the chance to win £500
2017 Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s most international universities includes five British universities in the top 10.
We were delighted to join 19 higher education institutions across Scotland at the launch of this global campaign.
Competition launched challenging emerging designers to tackle pressing social issues through design
A reminder about using joint bank accounts
Visit guidance reissued - good news for long-term visit visa holders undertaking short periods of study in UK
New PBS dependants policy guidance for January 2017 - no real changes
New way of calculating maintenance for Tier 4 dependants will apply to all applications made on/after 26 Nov
Get your thinking caps on over Christmas! Deadline for proposals is 16 January 2017
New 'long residence' (Tigere) provision in Scottish fees and Student Support regulations from 2017-18 academic year with interim provision for the current academic year.
Advice Lines closed: 20 Dec pm and then from 23 Dec to 2 Jan. Re-opens Tues 3 Jan.
A reminder about the immigration status of students who enter the UK via the Republic of Ireland
Our note is to help members focus on those issues of direct importance to students and to assist with briefing of colleagues, local MPs or other influential contacts.
#Weareinternational worked closely with Universities UK and the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce to ask businesses what they thought of international students.
Outlining the key changes in the Rules which impact on students and family members
If you're an American postgraduate student in the UK you can take part in this online survey and enter a prize draw to win £300.
198 new scholarships in partnership with 40 universities are on offer.
Our President was in the House of Lords discussing the need to improve immigration policy for international students in the UK
“This initiative celebrates the very best of London – demonstrating the city is an inclusive place that welcomes business, craves innovation and is genuinely open to people from every part of the worl...
International students graduating in the UK are eligible to apply and applicants are encouraged to apply in teams of two to three.
Studying in the UK? Free guide gives advice and tips
Reassurances given by England, Wales, and Scotland, for EU nationals commencing study in 2017/18
NUS want to understand more about the different routes and pathways that leads American students to a postgraduate course in the UK and what sorts of information they looked for to undertake the cours...
UKCISA raises concerns that a number of points appear to be either inaccurate or misleading.
International students are invited to attend a conference about the relationship between education and employment.
We have updated the information in the page 'Passport, visa and BRP problems following notification of updates received from the Home Office
Our new briefing provides a timely overview of international students in the UK and explores what will be the key issues facing international students in the future.
A recent survey commissioned by Kaplan interviewed 1000 graduates about their views on international study experiences during university.
Public Health England urges young people going to college or university this autumn to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia.