The changes, which were announced Friday 6th September, are expected to make Britain more attractive to overseas students
(PRWEB UK) 30 September 2013
It has been reported in The Times of India that those visiting the UK from overseas will be allowed a short period of study or training as part of their stay. The changes, which were announced Friday 6th September, are expected to make Britain more attractive to overseas students through enabling them to take up corporate internships after finishing their degree, as well as making it easier for graduate entrepreneurs to start skilled jobs.
Offering worldwide excess baggage shipping for more than 50 years, the team at Interdean specialise in assisting students studying abroad. Faced with a unique set of challenges, a representative shares their thoughts on how the new relaxed laws could make life easier for foreign students.
“Starting a new course at university is always a daunting prospect and never more so than when your new course is overseas. We hope the new immigration rules make it easier for international students to take up internships and jobs. Here at Interdean we offer overseas and residential student moving services that cover everything from your excess baggage to packing and storage to allow you to relax and enjoy the new experiences that lie before you.”
The team at Interdean look forward to reviewing the reaction of the recent changes.
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