[The Epoch Times, May 30, 2022](Comprehensive report by The Epoch Times reporter Zhang Ting)U.K.Announced on Monday (May 30), it will be announced to the worldtop universityof graduates offer jobsvisaan extension of the UK immigration system designed to attract the best talent from around the world to work in the UK.
The UK government said the “high potential individual” visa route, which opened on Monday (May 30), will attract the best talent.
The visa scheme will be suitable for outside the UK within the past five yearstop universitygraduates. They can apply regardless of where they were born and do not need a job offer first.
Under the scheme announced on Monday, graduates of a bachelor’s or master’s degree with a top 50 foreign university can apply for a two-year work visa, allowing family members; those with a doctorate can apply for a three-year visa.
Later, they will also be able to switch to a long-term employment visa if they meet certain requirements.
Eligible universities must be in the top 50 in at least two of the following rankings: Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Academic Ranking of World Universities and QS World University Rankings.
The latest list of eligible universities for 2021, published online by the UK government, features more than two dozen US universities, including Harvard, Yale and MIT, in addition to Canada, Japan, Germany, China, France and Sweden. the University. (To view the latest list, please clickhere。）
The UK government says candidates must pass security and crime checks, and speak, read, listen and write English at an intermediate level. This level is defined as “being able to communicate effortlessly with native speakers”.
The visa costs £715, plus the Immigration Health Surcharge, which allows immigrants to the UK to use the country’s public health service, the ‘National Health Service’ (NHS).
Eligible people can also bring their family, but they must have at least £1,270 in maintenance funds.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said the route meant the UK would grow into a leading “international centre for innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship”.
“We want the businesses of tomorrow to be built here today – that’s why I’m calling on students to take advantage of this incredible opportunity to develop their careers here,” Sunak said.
Home Secretary Priti Patel added: “I’m proud to launch this new and exciting route as part of our points-based immigration system, which combines ability and talent Put it first, not where someone is from.”
Responsible editor: Lin Yan#