BBC News has reported that international students have asked the London School of Business and Finance for their money back after it lost its Tier 4 licence, forcing them to leave the UK midway through their courses.
Dominic Scott, Chief Executive of UKCISA was quoted as saying:
"This is yet another desperately depressing example of the Home Office taking action against an institution but then no other government department taking responsibility for helping those entirely innocent international students affected."
Mr Scott said whatever the background to the case he believed the "primary moral and ethical responsibility of any teaching institution in the UK who cannot complete a programme is to arrange for the students to be taught elsewhere, in this case in London and at that institution's expense, or to refund all fees paid."
Read the full story at BBC News.