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International Students and Immigration Law

Staying on top of all the requirements relating to international students is both challenging and essential for many independent colleges, and so Study UK aims to provide access to the best information and training in this area. This includes a series of workshops that we deliver jointly with the Visas and Immigration team at the Home Office, allowing staff to hear updates and discuss key issues of policy and procedure with the very officials tasked with implementing them.

Study UK members also have discounted access (£100 below the standard price) to training from our partners UKCISA (the UK Council for International Student Affairs), giving staff the chance to drill down into the detail of the immigration rules from both a sponsor's and student's perspective.

Events that are delivered by Study UK and designed specifically for independent FE and HE providers are indicated below by the Study UK logo and listed under the menu on the left-hand side of the page.

February 2016

First Steps into International Markets
22 February 2016, in London

Are you starting out in international recruitment and delivery and feel that there is such an overwhelming range of options and opportunities to choose between, that it can be hard to know where to start?

Or, do you have a limited experience of enrolling international students and are looking to develop a more strategic approach to directing your finite marketing resources in a way that maximises your impact and return of export revenue?

This one-day conference will present all of the basic knowledge required to develop an international strategy for your institution and the confidence to take the first steps to market.

Click here for full details     > Click here to book online

 

March 2016

Introduction to Student Visas and Compliance System
1 March 2016, in Birmingham

This event will provide you with an overview of the UK policy and regulatory environment for international education that you will need to understand if you are preparing for your first interactions with the UK student visa system. 

The Home office will give an introduction to the policies and procedures which relate to recruiting international students. Experienced compliance professionals will share their experiences of embedding a compliance culture in an educational institution and how each of their roles contribute to effective compliance.  A leading specialist in UK immigration law will provide practical information to help institutions obtain and maintain a sponsor licence.

Click here for full details     > Click here to book online