FourFourSeconds ago, the UK government announced that it would ban all universities from allowing international students to study in the UK for the duration of the 2020-21 academic year.
It has also announced that a new study abroad scheme will be launched this summer that will allow UK students to visit Oxford for up to four months and study abroad with Oxford University.
As a result, UK universities have decided to restrict the number of students they allow to study overseas for up until the end of the year.
Here are some of the factors you should consider before deciding which program is best for you.1.
How many students will you want to study abroad?
The Oxford study abroad policy is set to restrict students to a maximum of three people.
This means that there will only be two places available for students from the UK to study with Oxford.
If you want more than three people, you can apply to be an international student on a trial basis.
Oxford also requires a maximum 2,500 hours of coursework per year and a minimum of 100 hours per semester.2.
Are you looking for a full-time job in the future?
If you plan to study elsewhere in the world, you will need to be in a job that requires a degree, or have a degree from a UK-based university.
Universities do not need to have a particular job in mind to be eligible for a study overseas study visa.3.
Are your university’s students in your local area?
If the university is in your area, you should contact the university to find out if there is a study opportunity available for you and to see if it is possible to apply.
If there is, the university may provide you with more information and assistance to make an informed decision.4.
Are there any local restrictions on studying abroad?
There are no local restrictions for studying abroad in the United Kingdom, although some areas are very restrictive.
For example, a student who wants to study at a university in Birmingham is unlikely to be able to study there.
If this is the case, it may be worth looking into the local laws for students to see how the university will address these situations.5.
Are they based in the area you plan on studying?
If a university is located in your town or city, it is unlikely that they would be able in any way to restrict your study overseas activities.
If a university requires you to have specific degrees from a particular university, the law requires that you have to be enrolled in a particular programme.
However, it could be possible to transfer your degree to another university and still be eligible to study.6.
Are the courses at Oxford different to the courses you may take in your country?
Oxford offers a range of different undergraduate degrees, including Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programmes.
The University also offers courses that cover a wide range of disciplines, including engineering, mathematics, social sciences, languages and computer science.
For more information about the different programs available at Oxford, you may visit our online courses portal.7.
Are their courses on-campus?
Oxbridge does not have on-site studies and is not possible to attend.
However they have a range, such as a research-based programme that allows students to pursue their studies off-campus, or a graduate-level programme that provides students with the opportunity to take a course at a higher level.8.
Are UK universities on-the-ground in your city?
If your university is based in your locality, you are more likely to be contacted by a student about an on-field study opportunity.
However it is always worth contacting your university to confirm if they have on site courses or are able to offer them.9.
What kind of accommodation will be available?
If Oxford offers study abroad programmes at their campus, they are usually offered in a dormitory-style building or a larger campus.
It is always advisable to contact the University to confirm this before you choose the programme.10.
Do you have an international study permit?
There is no need to worry about having an international permit, because the UK Government does not require you to get one.
However you may be asked to prove that you are legally eligible for study abroad.
The UK does require you and your family to be a resident of the UK and must pass a number of tests before you can study abroad and earn a study permit.
The first test is the Home Office’s Personal Immigration Form, which can be filled in online.
The second test is a national identity card, which is only valid for a limited period of time.
The third test is to demonstrate that you meet all the requirements for a student visa, and the final test is for a work permit.
For more information on visa requirements, check out our guide to studying abroad and obtaining a study visa for 2018.
If you are considering a study in England, Scotland or Wales, you could find out more about visa requirements at our comprehensive guide