Strict restrictions will be forced on the figure of overseas students permissible into Britain so the traditional can meet their vow to cut net migration to tens of thousands a year.
The crackdown may let the Government to bend over to force from business to rest the grasp on skilled workers from exterior the EU who can go into the UK. Skilled migrants with exact job offers will be given priority over highly skilled workers with no job to start.
In her initial main speech on immigration since becoming Home Secretary, Theresa May said that being able to resolve in Britain must be a cherished right and not an "automatic add-on" for migrants who enter the country for the time being to study or work.
Approximately half of all foreign students learn a course under degree level. "We have to query whether these are the brightest and the most excellent that Britain wants to attract – they perhaps, or they may not," Ms May told the Policy Exchange think tank.
Students in UK whose visas end after they are present at privately funded colleges were much more probable not to have left the country than their equivalent in universities. "At the same time as we need to preserve our world-class universities, we require to stop abuses," she said.
The Home Secretary alleged students who graduate in the UK were efficiently free to enter the labor market and seek skilled work. Last year, 38,000 did so. "I desire a system where we carry on to attract the top students to our top universities. A scheme where well-resourced students come in UK to study and at the end of their period of study return to their country of source. And a system where we merely let in those students who can transport an economic benefit to Britain's institutions and can hold up Britain's economic growth," she said.
Previous year, 81,000 populace who came to the UK to work were granted resolution. "We can decrease net migration without having harmful effect on our economy. We can be a magnet for more of the brightest and the best and reduce the overall number," Ms May said.