UK Universities Risk Bankruptcy Barring Foreign Students.

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The chair of the government’s Migration Advisory Committee said that UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s probable proposal to crack down on Nigerians and other foreign nationals obtaining “low-quality” degrees might “push many colleges over the brink,” particularly in less wealthy areas.

He emphasized that it was not just an immigration policy but also an educational one since it may result in a “huge rise” in the tuition for British students to make up for the loss of the money paid by international students.

The prime minister was contemplating a crackdown on foreign students who brought accusers and  restricting admissions to top universities. The Times reported after net migration to the UK climbed to a record 504,000.

This would be in line with proposals being explored by the home secretary, Suella Braverman, who has previously complained about foreign students “bringing in family members who can piggyback on to their student visa” and “propping up, frankly, substandard courses in inadequate institutions”.


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