Listed below are some examples of types of questions that students may be asked both in the New “Credibility Interviews” as part of the student visa application process, and on entry to the UK.
Sample of possible questions for screening intention to study:
ICICI Bank Canada launches Student GIC Program ICICI Bank Canada has recently launched the Student GIC Program. This program supports students applying to eligible Canadian educational institutions under the High Commission of Canada’s Student Partner Program (SPP) of India. After receiving a completed application for the Student GIC Program and the required funds from the […]
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Article below for PSW rules of Australia: Excerpts — DIAC has confirmed that a combination of courses, including Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates, one year bachelor PLUS one-year master, and two 1-year masters degrees, will qualify postgraduate coursework students for the visa. Please note that: Bachelor degree studies of a minimum of 2 year will qualify […]
Citizenship And Immigration Canada (CIC) Updates Notice – New regulations for international students finalized New rules that aim to strengthen Canada’s status as a study destination of choice for prospective international students will take effect on June 1, 2014.The new regulations will improve services to genuine students, while protecting Canada’s international reputation for high-quality education […]
NEW ZEALAND STUDENT VISA CHANGES AS PER CURRENT POLICY The following categories of Student applicants are eligible to be considered for a Graduate Job Search or Graduate Work Experience visa: Students who have completed a qualification at level 7 or above on the New Zealand Qualification Framework and studied that qualification in New Zealand for at least […]
New Zealand High Commission has made some changes to the FTS (Funds Transfer Scheme) procedure this year in order to make the processing more efficient. To summarize, students will no longer be required to open an account and acquire a welcome letter/ reference number from ANZ before lodging an application. All that is required is to mark the front of the INZ application form "FTS" in bold. The account opening, etc will be done post the AIP stage and the documentation of the account being opened and the funds being transferred will form a part of the AIP requirements.
Received: Friday, March 15, 2013 11:20 AM Please see link below for article outlining changes to immigration laws. http://www.universityaffairs.ca/changes-to-immigration-rules-are-a-boon-to-international-student_recruitment.aspx
New Zealand yesterday launched a new international student website. The NZ Study+Work site (www.nzstudywork.com ) is a key response to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) review of the issues concerning the treatment of international students in New Zealand labour market.NZ Study+Work aims to raise international students’ awareness of their expectations and rights in the […]