Higher tuition fees, NHS charges, and tougher visa controls are causing people to think twice about leaving their countries and travelling to study in the United Kingdom. The government’s tactics to cut down on net migration could destroy one of our largest export industries.
She came from Bangalore, Southern India. Although not largely affected by new immigration laws, like many who leave behind the shelter of their families and homeland to study abroad, her main concerns is centred on adjusting to a foreign culture and new education system.
They first arrived in large numbers in 1970, and at present are reaching about 250,000 in the UK. And in 2011 they became the second fastest growing non -EU population in London.
Almost fifty years have passed since their presence began to be sufficiently noticeable for official statistics on them to be gathered.
A second study offers new statistical data on this group, including their profile, size, and the problems they face; it also provides data on the new second wave of migrants to the UK from countries in Europe. The report published in 2011 and entitled “No longer invisible” was the […]
Over the last few days, entrepreneurs from the Latin American country have taken part in the Farnborough International Airshow Trade 2016, an event celebrated with an aim to promote and gain investment for the sector. The event provides the opportunity to establish business relationships, enjoy live aerial demonstrations […]