Work post UK study


Duncan
There's a useful points calculator here for people who want to test out scenarios and see if they would be able to work in the UK.
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/pointscalculator

In a nutshell, you'll have enough points to work in the UK if:
- you have a UK degree (not a diploma or certificate) which you studied for in the UK
- and graduated from it in the last 12 months
- have got over 75 in your English test
- and had at least 800 pounds in the bank continually over the last 9 months.

Rules are always changing, but these are the rules as they stand in the UK.

Read more at:
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/working/tier1/poststudy/
There's a useful points calculator here for people who want to test out scenarios and see if they would be able to work in the UK.
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/pointscalculator

In a nutshell, you'll have enough points to work in the UK if:
- you have a UK degree (not a diploma or certificate) which you studied for in the UK
- and graduated from it in the last 12 months
- have got over 75 in your English test
- and had at least 800 pounds in the bank continually over the last 9 months.

Rules are always changing, but these are the rules as they stand in the UK.

Read more at:
http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/working/tier1/poststudy/
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Hi Duncan,,Have been a keen follower of your posts on this websiite. The point that you have mentioned above, is it not PSW(Post Study Work) visa. If yes then its getting closed in April 2012 and there's no point in suggesting this to prospective students.
Hi Duncan,,Have been a keen follower of your posts on this websiite. The point that you have mentioned above, is it not PSW(Post Study Work) visa. If yes then its getting closed in April 2012 and there's no point in suggesting this to prospective students.

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