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Students in London registering with the police must first complete and download a free from OVRO
Apply now for a Chevening scholarship for study in 2016/17
UKCISA recently announced that Lord Karan Bilimoria had taken over as President of the organisation.
For you if you made a Tier 4 application in the UK between 5-7 July and couldn't pay the health charge
Important changes to be aware of if you're applying for a Tier 4 visa on or after 3 August 2015
We've updated and revised our free online tool to help international students manage their money while studying in the UK.
Our summary of student-related immigration changes, following the Government's announcements this week
Winners of the 2015 NUS/UKCISA Internationalisation Awards announced!
How to apply for a replacement 30-day vignette if you are not able to travel to the UK before yours expires
Updated information for students making a Tier 4 application in the UK or overseas on 4 July 2015
The UKCISA website now contains separate pages dealing with free hospital treatment in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Immigration statistics for 2014 show slight increase in international students staying in UK for work
Read our guide for international students preparing to return home after studying in the UK.
Home Office guidance - transitional provisions on Comprehensive Sickness Insurance for family of EEA students
IELTS tests taken between 6-22 April 2015 can be used as SELTs until 6 November 2015
Updated information about police registration
The UKCISA website now includes information for people who want to use the new short-term student route to come to the UK.
Find out what a 'googly' is in our introduction to the weird and wonderful world of cricket for international students in the UK.
We've received reports of international students being targeted by a telephone scam.
Important information about the Immigration Rules that came into effect on 6 April 2015
Changes to the secure English language tests (SELTs) that can be used with a Tier 4 visa application
Information about the immigration health surcharge for Tier 4 applicants from 6 April 2015
Exit checks introduced from 8 April 2015
We have added a page on 'Who is entitled to free hospital treatment after 6 April 2015?' to the UKCISA website.
Information about biometric residence permits (BRPs) issued to overseas visa applicants
Gone International - report on student mobility graduates
Campaign to celebrate international students.
Our key principles and recommendations for a fairer and more efficient system for international students in the UK.
Concession for Syrian nationals extended to February 2016, following gov.uk announcement today
Home Office published Rules changes on 26 February. Affect students applying as visitors, as well as wide number of other routes.
Changes to work routes come into effect on 6 April 2015
The Home Office has published a Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules (HC 1025)
Changes to notice period to allow Home Office to investigate where it suspects a marriage / civil partnership may not be genuine.
Important minor correction to requirements under Category 6 for 'Non-UK EEA/Swiss workers, and family'.
Changes recommended to the Tier 2 shortage occupation list in health, energy and digital technology sectors
Changes to secure English language tests take effect this April
MPs call on UK government to review and improve work options for international students
We have added a table to our information about reporting a change to the Home Office to clarify which form to use.
Home Office guidance published on what is required to change your name on immigration documents
Some details of the immigration health charge are now available, but no implementation date yet.
Proposed immigration fees from April 2015
Don't let your Students' Union miss out on our great membership offer.
Our quick guide to driving on the 'wrong' side of the road.
Administrative review soon to be extended to most immigration applications.
Students in China can apply for a faster visa service, and improvements to application processes in Asia
The UK Government is going to change the way that it issues permission for people to come to the UK from abroad for more than six months. People will have 30 days in which to travel to the UK and coll...
Professor Paul Webley, Chair of UKCISA's Board of Trustees, has been awarded a CBE in the 2015 New Year's Honours.
The students' Advice Line will be closed from Christmas Day (Thursday 25 December) through to Monday, 5 January 2015 when it will re-open. The members' Advice Line will be closed on Tuesday 23 Decembe...
Recent updates to our information for students