London Metropolitan University is there to educate, not police


The UK Border Agency’s decision to withdraw London Metropolitan University’s licence to accept non-EU students has meant the suspension of study and threat of deportation for 2,000 international students, and financial crisis for a university already struggling to stay afloat. The agency’s justification is London Met’s “systemic failure” to account for the immigration status of its international students. But why has the survival of a university, whose raison d’être is to educate, come to depend on its ability to control the UK’s borders?


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