Tougher criteria for highly trusted sponsor universities

Tougher criteria for highly trusted sponsor universities

As part of its continuing "crackdown" on immigrants, and on international students in particular, the British Government has announced new, stricter, requirements for Highly Trusted Sponsor status for universities in the UK. Highly Trusted Sponsor status, as its name suggests, is the highest Home Office classification for universities in terms of perceived integrity and organisation.

At present there is a rule - and one that many people might find rather curious - that Highly Trusted Sponsor universities have to somehow ensure that no more than 20% of students who apply to study there have their visa applications refused by UK Visas & Immigration. If the figure exceeds 20% then the university will lose its Highly Trusted Sponsor status.

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