EU students say permit delays are putting degrees at risk


By now, Emilia Gheorghe, a second-year Romanian student at Hull University, should be working at an international summer school, developing children’s English language skills and arranging activities.

It was a job that could have boosted her chances of getting a place on the Teach First scheme for high-flying graduates.

Instead, she has been forced to stay with a friend while she waits for the UK Border Agency (UKBA) to process her application for a work permit – 18 months after she originally applied.

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