Какие документы нужны для визы в Англию на 10 лет, нюансы и шансы? Есть особенности получения 10-летней визы в Англию?

| 16 Января 2020, 17:52

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5 Марта 2020, 14:21 | # 86585

The post-Brexit picture became more clear a couple of weeks ago when the UK Home Office released a detailed policy statement outlining a new points-based immigration system for those seeking permanent residency in the UK.

The British government has also provided some important clarifications around student mobility as the UK continues to transition out of the European Union. We have the latest details and some early industry reaction on these important developments in our feature item below.

Also this week: the continuing impacts of the coronavirus outbreak and its influence on student intent for study abroad, a new strategy for Australia’s ELT sector, and a special feature on student housing.

Don't forget to visit our website any time for additional market intelligence for international student recruitment.


UK introduces new points-based immigration system

In January 2021, the UK will switch to a points-based immigration system designed to attract top students and highly skilled workers who wish to obtain permanent residency.

To be granted a visa to remain in the UK after their studies, international students “will achieve the required points if they can demonstrate that they have an offer from an approved educational institution, speak English, and are able to support themselves during their studies in the UK”.


New strategy aims to establish Australia as global leader in English language teaching

The Australian government has released a new sector strategy that recognises the key role of ELICOS providers in the country’s education exports.

The strategy aims to further strengthen the sector with a focus on student experience, quality assurance, innovation in programme delivery, and diversification into new markets.



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COVID-19 triggers cancellations and delays but most students intend to follow through on study plans

In the midst of a growing number of programme and event cancellations, and as travel restrictions remain in place in many countries, a new survey finds that a majority of students say their plans to study abroad have not been affected.

Even so, a significant proportion of survey respondents (27%) expect they will have to change their plans this year.


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Major investments forecast in “blended living” student accommodation

Traditional residence halls and dorms may soon be outdated models of student accommodation, as excitement – and investment in – “blended living” spaces serving multiple user groups grows.

In order for investments to grow and to be successful, outdated planning and building regulations must evolve to allow for innovative design of shared spaces.


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