UK Visas and Immigration (part of the UK government) have confirmed that remote study will be permitted for the entire 2020/1 academic year for those with Tier 4 or Student immigration permission, without impacting on your permission. If you have been granted Pre-settled Status under the EU Settlement Scheme, or are eligible to apply before … Continue reading How time outside the UK might affect your UK immigration permission
We understand that it might be difficult to connect with other students during the lockdown in England, travel restrictions and remote study. Here are a few ideas for meeting others. Queen Mary's Students Union has a range of activities online in which you may interact with other students. These include Masterchef Challenge (Lunar New Year), … Continue reading Connecting with other students during lockdown
*This blog post is correct at the time of writing. For the most up-to-date information, please check our web pages which will be updated in line with changes and updates from the UK government* The information in this post is relevant to nationals of EU countries (excluding the Republic of Ireland), Iceland, Norway, Lichtenstein and … Continue reading EU/EEA/Swiss students – potential impact of extended absence from UK
We are receiving a lot of questions from our students asking whether they should travel to the UK at this time, and what will happen to their visa (if it's already been granted) or CAS or visa application (if they have not yet applied) if they delay their travel to the UK. Whilst we do … Continue reading When should I come to the UK, and what happens to my Student visa if I come later?