02 September 2014
The University of Bedfordshire has been allowed to resume its recruitment of international students by UK Visas and Immigration.
Vice Chancellor Bill Rammell welcomed the decision, saying: “I was always confident that our procedures for monitoring international students were robust. We cooperated with UKVI throughout the audit and I’m delighted that, following this decision, we can now resume issuing CAS letters to new international students”.
The University of Bedfordshire received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade in 2011 and the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education in 2014 – the highest form of recognition for universities in the UK.
Deputy Vice Chancellor, External Relations at the University of Bedfordshire, added: “Our courses are driven by world-leading research and are taught by some of the leading academics in their field. 92% of Bedfordshire students find employment or are in further study soon after they graduate – one of the highest rates in the country.”
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