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Parliamentary briefing: International students and immigration

This briefing provides information about international students and immigration policy, including:

  • The latest trends in international student recruitment
  • The social and economic benefits that international students bring to the UK
  • Information about post-study work schemes and competitor countries' policies
  • Inclusion of students in the net migration target
  • What universities are already doing on visa compliance



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