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International Student Education Policy in Britain

 

Theresa May’s immigration policies ‘not perfect’, says Cable, at Guardian fringe debate on universities and economic growth…

 

…His warning came at a fringe event on 16 September to discuss universities and growth at the Liberal Democrats party conference. Cable said that a lot of students who would normally come to Britain to study have gone to America and Australia where they think they will have a “warmer welcome”…

 

…Cable said that around £17bn is generated each year by universities, £10bn of which comes from overseas students through their fees and expenditure. But the issue of overseas students was a controversial one, he added, because if foreign students stay for more than one year they are classified as immigrants and counted under the government’s immigration cap.

 

 

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