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On 11 March the Home Office announced a number of changes to the Immigration Rules which take effect from 6 April 2016. Read our summary of the changes that will affect students.
Concession for Syrian nationals applying for leave in the UK extended to 28 February 2017
2016/17 changes to eligibility for living cost support for non-UK EU nationals from Student Finance England
Government responds to Home Affairs Select Committee report on immigration and skills shortages
New summary of Tier 4, past, present and future
Increased application fees will apply to applications made on or after 18 March 2016.
The Home Office have stopped access to the old Tier 4 application form used in the UK
BBC News has reported that international students have asked the London School of Business and Finance for their money back.
Our new students' site has now launched. Please fill in our short survey and tell us what you think of it!
Regulations make new fees and Student Support provision in Scotland for Syrians, and family, from 2016/17
Warning following recent reports of scams involving bogus work visas
Exemption from health charge removed for Australians and New Zealanders from 6 April; Youth Mobility pay less
UK Higher Education International Unit’s report shows benefits of student mobility, including higher average salaries and increased likelihood of achieving a First Class or Upper Second Class degree.
SFA publish new funding rules for 2016/17. UKCISA looking at changes. SFA hosting online forum until 12 Feb.
New application form from 28 January 2016
Our commentary on the Migration Advisory Committee's latest Report.
UKCISA has responded to BIS's consultation on new Student Support regulations for those who have a long residential connection with the UK (the 'Tigere' case).
Places are still available on various training courses this month and in February.
Committee report recommends reducing barriers to high skilled employment for international student graduates
UKCISA's Advice Lines closed on18 December and from 24 December to 4 January.
Problems for some members accessing the password-protected areas of our site.
BIS are consulting on changes to the English Student Support regulations arising from the 'Tigere' judgment in the Supreme Court.
New Tier 4 policy guidance published by the Home Office
Update on 12 November changes to the Immigration Rules
UKCISA urgently investigating current situation regarding today's scheduled changes
Become part of the British Council’s Shakespeare Lives programme - share your expertise at their talks around the globe.
Final call for outstanding alumni from UK universities! – deadline Sunday 8 Nov
BIS confirms those qualifying under interim Student Support measures can also be eligible for 'home' fees
New area of our website with details of Immigration Bill will be updated as Bill passes through Parliament
BIS introduces interim Student Support policy measures for some under-26 year olds as the result of the 'Tigere' case
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.