Indian and other non-EU students at the London Metropolitan University heaved a sigh of relief as the high court allowed them to continue their studies.
A London-based university, whose licence to admit and teach Indian and other non-EU students was revoked last month had filed a judicial review petition.
The revocation of London Metropolitan University`s licence to admit and teach non-EU students has caused a high level of concern in various countries.
The UK’s London Metropolitan University has been stripped of its license to sponsor non-EU students by the UK Border Agency.
London Metropolitan University`s licence to admit and teach international students was revoked by the UK Border Agency.
Hundreds of Indian students are among over 2,600 non-EU students at a major London university who face deportation.
Current Indian students who are in their second or third years of courses will need to transfer to another UK university to continue their courses.
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