|11-06-2008, 06:32 AM
Join Date: Nov 2008
Study Visa Information Required
can anybody plz tell me information about Study visa in UK,USA,CANADA. IF i have to go for a higher study in Abroad then what i have to do and what procedure i follow.
|11-18-2008, 03:19 AM
ITYT Cabin Crew
Join Date: Oct 2008
Information for non-EEA nationals__________________
Once you have been accepted onto a suitable course you will need to gain a Student Visa for the UK. You will need to evidence areas such as your available funds to support yourself, your acceptance onto the course, accommodation arrangement and similar. The Student Visa does allow you to work part-time to support yourself.
What happens once I have completed my course?
Depending upon the type of course you have completed and the qualification that you have gained, there may be a number of options available that will allow you to remain in the UK and gain employment.
A UK Work Permit will require you to have firstly obtained a job offer from a UK employer. Rules for in-country switching often change, but as of June 2005 you must be in an occupation listed on the Skills Shortage List and have been awarded your degree.
The Science and Engineering Graduates Scheme is designed to allow those who obtain certain Scientific or Engineering Degrees to remain in the UK and work for a year without needing the UK employer to sponsor their permit.
The HSMP Highly Skilled Migrant Programme MBA Provision allows those that have secured an MBA from specific business schools to live and work in the UK for any employer without needing a work permit to be sponsored.
Information kindly supplied by SkillClear Immigration and Work Permit Services.
To find out about visa regulations that apply to you, visit the government information site
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