Sumi Sukanya dutta ByExpress News ServiceNEW DELHI: There is good news for Indian students interesting in pursuing studies in Britain as the UK government on Wednesday announced the re-introduction of the two-year post-study work visa, allowing opportunities to international students to start working there after completing their higher studies.
The two-year post-study work visa was scrapped in 2012.
Its re-introduction is expected to boost the number of students going to the UK, which draws the highest number of Indian students every year.
With the work visa programme back, the number of Indians headed to the UK is expected to grow further.
This announcement follows the creation of a new fast-track visa route for scientists and removal of the limit on PhD students moving into the skilled work visa route, which collectively aim to cement the UK as a as a science superpower and world leader in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) sector.
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