A representative body for institutions in the UK has urged the prime minister to the country, Theresa May, to launch completely new migration rules. Their purpose is to get the attention of foreign students who wish to enter the country.
Educational institutions in the UK, especially universities, had complained of a serious drop of foreign students entering the nation for study. It includes students from the subcontinent of India, which is responsible for some of the highest influx of foreign students in the country from nations that are not part of the EU.
The number of students going to study in the UK has fallen sharply, this revelation was taken from reports collected by a survey conducted by the nation's official department responsible for statistics.
"As the current administration continues to include foreign students as permanent foreigners in the long run in their bid to escape the influx of immigration into the nation, we know that it is the effort to cut that number even further, which gives them the impression of that they are not necessary in the nation, "said the head of institutions bodies in the UK to journalists. She also told news headlines that nations like the United States and the continent in Australia had experienced an increase in the number of international students who entered their institutions.
She also stressed the need to get a public message about goodwill sent to gifted individuals around the community after the incident to Brexit.
"Rival nations like the continent in Australia and the United States have experienced an increase in the number of foreign students on their coasts that are going to study.
These nations have an open arms policy for foreign students and put them under the umbrella of an unmanned resident in their migration schemes. "
Her response was based on statistics conducted by institutions in the UK that took into account opinions of more than 4000 individuals with sound headaches in the UK.
The survey suggests that around 73% of the entire population examined preferably an increase in the number of foreign students entering the country; About 26 per cent of them saw foreign students as immigrants, and 64 per cent of them believed that foreign students had a positive influence in their host communities.