Consultation outcome

The student immigration system

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Response to consultation on the student immigration system

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Response to consultation on the student immigration system: data tables

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Detail of outcome

Response to consultation on the student immigration system.

Original consultation

Summary

Home Office consultation on balancing that the number of students coming to the UK with those leaving.

This consultation ran from
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Consultation description

This consultation sets out ways to balance the number of international students coming to the UK with those leaving. Government wants to make sure that only genuine students who are committed to their study come to the UK and leave after completing their study.

Documents

The student immigration system: a consultation

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Published 7 December 2010