The UK is an incredible mix of contemporary ideas and multi-cultures held under one strong sense of tradition and balanced identity. As an international student with a Tier 4 visa, you will be clouded with exciting experiences and a great opportunity to discover new things and a whole lot of learning from circumstances you would do all by yourself.
As you make it to the UK who will find things lot more in common making it feasible for you to adjust and keep progressing ahead. All you have to do in the UK is make the best use of time. You will face the real world after that student tag is almost going fade from your brow. The UK still stands as the best destination for higher education. If you have the zest to contribute to the British economy. Unprecedented universities in the UK are the best access and platforms to learn develop and excel.
The life after studies is a point of discussions as if for now in the UK Post-Brexit. There are possibilities that Indian students would get full access to work as full-time employees. As a matter of fact, Indian students were not having the benefit of staying back after the attaining of degrees. But the latest golden opportunity is after the completion of studies students might be given a two-year extension to attain a full-time Tier 2 work permit general visa.
There are plans and discussions which are in progress to reinstate the two-year post-study work visa which will be a huge blessing in disguise. Despite the exponential decline in the number of students making it to the UK each year. Post 29th March 2017 we can anticipate good things to happen.
A Tier 2 General is for graduates, post graduates and students who have completed 12 months of a Ph.D. program all eligible to be enrolled into this visa category. The applicant can apply for this while staying still in the UK. A 70 point under the points-based system has to be secured. The key aspect will be to receive Certificate of Sponsorship (COS) from the Tier 2 sponsored employer. The Indians students have enormously contributed in fees to the universities in the UK considerably high compared to any other.
There is a sense of relief because there are possibilities for the issue to be reinstated. It is better not to lose hope. You still can expect great things to happen and they will at the right time. The current issue being considered a bilateral challenge it would be streamlined before it commences full-fledged.