UK relaxing the Rules for International Students

Chandigarh: After the UK Government announced the Post Study Work Visa for the International students which permit them to work for upto 2 years after completing their degrees, there has been a rapid increase in the intake of the international students. Earlier the graduates with bachelor’s or master’s degrees were allowed to work for only four months. This was stated by Head of International Partnerships, University of Worcester, John Gardener who was here at Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Landran. Such welcoming policies are bringing back the interest of international students in UK and also increasing their job prospects, he added.
The University of Worcester which welcomes more than 700 international students every year from 70 different nationalities has exchange Partners from USA, Europe, China, Australia, New Zealand, Japan is now foreseeing to become a partner with CGC. John encouraged Indian students to apply for the study exchange programs wherein they would be enrolled with the University of Worcester after completing one year from the partner institute. He was accompanied by Anand Patil, Regional Manager, Middle East, North Africa & South Asia, University of Worcester.