This post was edited by Bandito at 2016-8-17 20:04|
pimpernel2 Post time: 2016-8-17 13:16
1stly, I would say that Chinese students studying abroad, especially in the UK, would find it hard t ...
''Personally, I really prefer to live in China and don't want to live in the UK''.............Really? You must be the only one
A quick poll of all the students from there will confirm my unofficial view that most will rather stay here :) I can also prove myself right by suggesting that is why most are now turning to Australia, Canada and India :)
memo to these students : You pay to studies, a service you have been able to enjoy. It is not a backdoor entry to the UK and should not be!!
Jin Yang, a Chinese master's student at Sheffield University, thought studying at an elite British university would be the making of her. Now, as she awaits possible deportation, she feels angry and hurt about the way the country has treated her and her friends.
Yang paid more than £27,000 for her two-year landscape architecture course, which she finished in November. Just before Christmas she received a curt notification that as she had finished earlier than expected, she must leave the country by 1 January, although her original student visa expires in May. In fact, the course had finished on the date originally expected. "The majority of my classmates have given up the right of attending their graduation ceremony this week. Most had bought plane tickets for their parents, but they have gone already." The university offered to consider helping her with the cost of returning to the UK for her graduation with a visitor's visa. But she decided to stay. "I paid a very expensive international tuition fee and I feel I have the right to attend my graduation," she says. "This is all so unfair."