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Estimates of lost higher education export revenue: effect of immigration rule changes

Briefing
29 October 2018

Immigration briefingThis briefing calculates the lost export revenue that has resulted from the stagnation of the number of international students choosing to study in the UK in recent years following changes to student migration policy in 2012.



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Immigration White Paper

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UUK's comment on the publication of the government's Immigration White Paper.

UK misses out on more than £8bn due to student visa changes

22 October 2018
The UK economy may have lost out on billions in export earnings from international students due to immigration rule changes made in 2012, according to a new analysis from Universities UK.

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