Good news. The 2,600 international students at London Met have been disgustingly treated by the UKBA and Government. Now what is needed is a permanent means of allowing those London Met international students who have full proper immigrantion status (doubtless the vast majority) to stay and complete their course.Foreign students with places at crisis-hit London Metropolitan University have been given a temporary reprieve following a Government ban on overseas recruitment at the institution. The university has been granted permission to seek a judicial review after its power to teach overseas students was revoked by the UK Border Agency. A High Court judge refused to restore London Met’s licence to sponsor foreign study visas pending the outcome of the hearing. But Mr Justice Irwin did make temporary orders protecting the position of those students currently in the country with full proper immigration status. It will provide a lifeline to as many as 2,600 students facing deportation over the revocation of London Met’s licence...
Friday, 21 September 2012
London Met students win judicial review
The Telegraph reports: