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Rawalpindi: Students updated on new UK visa rules

Noor Aftab
A seminar on ‘New Student Visa Rules and Scholarship Opportunities in the UK’ was held here on Thursday to provide students with complete and updated information about rules and procedures for securing admission in the UK universities.

The seminar was organised by Falcon Education and Consultancy Services (private) Limited (FECS) in which a large number of students, educationists and deans and directors of various institutions participated with great interest. The services of FECS are completely free for all students from Pakistan. These services were recognised by the government when Syed Abidi was awarded Tamgha-i-Imtiaz (Medal of Excellence) by the president of Pakistan in 2008.

While giving a presentation, FECS CEO Syed Abidi explained in detail through power point slides the changes made by the UK Border Agency, especially focusing on TIER 4 Student Visa, which has replaced the old system on March 31, 2009. Read More »Rawalpindi: Students updated on new UK visa rules

LAHORE: Presentation on new UK student visa policy

A RENOWNED education consultant giving a presentation on salient features of New UK Visa Rules on Wednesday explained in detail the new Points Based System TIER 4 Student Visa.

The event titled “New Student Visa Rules & Scholarship Opportunities in UK” was organised by Falcon Education & Consultancy Services (Pvt) Ltd at a five star hotel in which students, academics, heads of educational institutions and people from various walks of life participated.

The educationalist, Syed Abidi said, “The new system if implemented in true spirit will weed out non-genuine students and facilitate bonafide students without the support of agents or consultants.”Read More »LAHORE: Presentation on new UK student visa policy

New student immigration system set to launch in the UK on 31st March 2009

The UK Government today announced the go-live date for the student tier of its new points-based system for migration.

From 31st March, students looking to study in the UK can apply for their visa through the new points-based system which will streamline the Student visa application process.

Under the new transparent system, students will need to prove that they have been accepted onto a course run by a UK Border Agency (UKBA) licensed education institution, prove that they have the means to support themselves and supply their biometric details at their local visa application centre.Read More »New student immigration system set to launch in the UK on 31st March 2009

Interviews in Islamabad by Queen Mary University of London

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On the Spot Admissions by Queen Mary, University of London

  

Queen Mary University of London is inviting application for undergraduate & postgraduate courses starting in September 2009.Read More »Interviews in Islamabad by Queen Mary University of London

‘Sweden offers far more opportunities to students’

* Sweden’s parliament also relaxes labour immigration rules

By Nauman Tasleem

LAHORE: The Swedish government welcomes students and offers them a lot of opportunities, said Nawal Atmé, Swedish Embassy first secretary to migration attaché in Pakistan.

Talking to Daily Times, she said education in Sweden was free and students had to only pay their boarding and lodging expenses.Read More »‘Sweden offers far more opportunities to students’