Home Office must reassess its practices


Responding to the Financial Times report on the Home Office, Sue Edwards, Director of Compliance and Accreditation UK & Ireland at Kaplan said:

“Reports today that the Home Office has revoked the study visas of nearly 36,000 alleged cheats despite lawyers and forensic experts finding shortcomings in the evidence are disappointing but not surprising. This sends out the wrong message to the rest of the world about how the UK treats its international students. We urge the Home Office to reassess its practices to ensure that they do, as they claim, welcome genuine international students to the UK.”

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Destination for Education is backed by a broad range of supporters, including: The UK’s leading universities; Pathway providers who help prepare international students for study in the UK; Business representatives; Campaign groups.