As Brexit lumbers on and the UK’s departure from the European Union gets closer and closer, it is perhaps unsurprising that thoughts have started to turn to how to make sure the country remains a destination for those wanting to study and work.
One idea, mooted this week by an all-party parliamentary group, is that a target should be set for growing international student numbers in the UK, and a post-study work visa established to allow people to work in the UK for two years.
In its report, A Sustainable Future for International Students in the UK, the All-Party Parliamentary Group for ...
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