Politique migratoire pour les étudiants
24 mai 2017

Conservatives will toughen visa rules for students

By Brendan O'Malley. The Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to toughen visa requirements for international students and raise the level of health surcharge they must pay, as part of the continuing effort to “bear down on immigration from outside the European Union”. More...

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09 mai 2017

University chiefs demand return of post-study visas

Students, staff and principals at Scotland’s universities are calling for the reintroduction of a post-study work visa for international students, warning businesses and public services are missing out on vital talent without it, writes Stephen Naysmith for Herald Scotland. More...

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29 avril 2017

457 visa changes won’t impact on wider temporary education workforce. And maybe that’s deliberate

The ConversationThe Turnbull Government’s decision to scrap the 457-skilled temporary worker visa puts the spotlight on temporary migrant workers in Australia. More...

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26 avril 2017

Trump Directs Review of H-1B Visas

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. The H-1B visa program is important to colleges both because many international students look to it as a route to permanent residency in the U.S. and because universities use H-1Bs to hire postdoctoral researchers and others from abroad. More...

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25 avril 2017

Government listens to universities’ fears over visas

By Brendan O'Malley. The government has agreed to address concerns raised by universities over proposed changes to 457 work visas, Universities Australia said on Thursday. The Group of Eight or Go8, comprising Australia’s eight leading research-intensive universities, voiced fears that the changes would put at risk Australia’s AU$21.8 billion (US$16 billion) international education industry. More...

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21 avril 2017

Visas Libres-Savoirs : flyer 2017-2020

Logo EtoilePrésentation du dispositif, contenus des Visas, témoignages d’anciens apprenants et coordonnées des 26 Espaces Libres savoirs : voilà ce que vous trouverez dans le flyer 2017-2020. Voir l'article...

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18 avril 2017

Visas and cost could dampen Australia’s growth prospects, agents report

By Anton CraceDespite Australia’s international student numbers improving while political tensions in the UK and the US appear to deter students, the country may not be as well placed as previously thought to increase its market share, according to education agents at the recent ICEF ANZA workshop in Cairns. More...

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US suspends fast-track processing of H-1B visas

By Beckie Smith. US Citizenship and Immigration Services has suspended fast-track processing of H1-B visas, the temporary worker visa for highly skilled foreign workers and a key route to post-study work for international graduates. More...

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Russia to simplify visas, boost international student quota to 200,000

By Beckie Smith. The Russian government has upped its international student quota for universities by a third to 200,000 for this year and put in place plans to simplify visas for students completing a foundation year. The plans, announced by the deputy education minister, are part of an ongoing drive to boost the global profile of Russian higher education and increase the country’s soft power. More...

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Easing access to the US: community colleges go global

By Beckie Smith. At first glance, community colleges seem like the perfect option for international students seeking a US degree. They’re smaller, cheaper and easier to get into than universities – and after two years, students can transfer to a four-year institution, graduating with a degree from a big-name university. More...

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