Promotional material: The Graduate route: information for international students


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Information for international students looking to apply to the Graduate route, including eligibility, how to apply, accessing your immigration status (eVisa) and conditions of the route.


PDF, 1.45 MB, 8 pages

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The Graduate route provides an opportunity for international students who have

been awarded their degree to stay in the UK and work, or look for work, at any skill

level for 2 years, or 3 years for doctoral students.

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