Interdean Responds to Change in UK Government Approach to Foreign Students

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Changes to be made to visa laws to make studying in the UK easier.

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Making it easier for students to study in the UK is a positive aspect and we hope that it is a step in the right direction to boosting the economy

As immigration control proves an almost ever- lasting issue for Government, a recent change to visas is set to reverse any problems foreign students experience when applying to live and study in the UK. On 14th February 2012, David Cameron made a special trip to India in order to improve the special relationship between Great Britain and India and to announce a new ruling that allows Indian students who decide to further their education in the UK to stay on the British Isles as long as they wish.

The scheme is said to be similar to an Australian scheme which encourages overseas students into the country to study hoping that once qualified, they will stay and apply their expert skills to the economy.

Interdean, one of the UK’s most popular moving companies has been helping students move abroad and move to the UK for over fifty years. The company specialises in student shipping services, student air freight and student storage at affordable prices. The latest news comes as a pleasant surprise to the organisation. ‘Making it easier for students to study in the UK is a positive aspect and we hope that it is a step in the right direction to boosting the economy.’    

Interdean continues to comment on student news.        

Interdean have been helping people move throughout the world for over fifty years, offering a range of services including international moving assistance, excess baggage help, shipping, air freight and storage to worldwide destinations such as Australia, Hong Kong, Canada and Thailand. Interdean also offers further support such as visa assistance, banking, insurance and pet relocation as well as student focused packages. The competitively priced company also offer help for moves throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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