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This is your opportunity to live and work in the UK after study. Discover more about the Graduate Route

The prospect of studying abroad can be exciting and there is even more reason to be excited with the Launch of the Graduate route. The Graduate route provides an opportunity for international students who have been awarded their degree to stay on in the UK and work, or look for work, at any skills level for two years, or three years for doctoral graduates. Join this Graduate Route webinar with the British Council and United Kingdom Visa and Immigration (UKVI) to learn more about the eligibility and application process as well as other information that you might need to know. This session has been specially designed for you to meet with the British Council Visa and UKVI representatives in order to get first-hand information on the graduate route as well as other information on living and working in the UK.

Webinar Details

Date: Thursday 29 July 2021 Time: 01:00pm – 02:30pm (GMT+1) Registration Link:

Benefits Of Attending

Click here to register to attend the Graduate Route webinar:
  • Launching the Graduate route shows the government’s commitment to attracting talent from around the world and ensuring that international students will continue to choose the UK as the destination to study and build their careers.
  • Speak directly with representatives from Visa and Immigration to receive advice and answers on the Graduate Route.
  • Get information pertaining to visa applications and requirements.
  • Gain insider perspectives from our Visa and Immigration Unit.
  • Learn more – On what makes this a truly unique offer compared to what other study destinations (countries) are offering their international graduates.
ATTENDANCE IS FREE but registration is required at prior to the event date. Set yourself on the right path today, register to learn more about the UK Graduate Route! Featured Image Source: Study UK
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This article was first published on 26th July 2021

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