In recent news we saw MPs calling for overseas students to be recorded ‘under separate classification and not counted against overall [migration] limit’, however presently this seems to be something in which Theresa May is refusing.
London, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/18/2017 -- MPs are now warning that if Theresa May decides to keep foreign students in immigration figures; she could be damaging Britain's world class universities. The cross-party Education Select Committee is calling for overseas students to be recorded under a separate classification, allowing for students to come and study in the UK, while contributing to our society.
During 2011-12 for examples, EU students generated a mammoth 3.7bn for the UK economy and 34,000 jobs; however over the last year the number of undergraduates dropped by 7.4% and this is anticipated to worsen following Brexit should changes not be made.
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