LSBF’s licence to recruit overseas students and employees removed

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LSBF’s licence to recruit overseas students and employees removed

London School of Business and Finance’s sponsor licence to recruit international students and employees was removed by UK home office.

This means that LSBF can no longer sponsor students to study at this college and current international students studying at LSBF cannot extend their study visa if they do not finish their study during their stay allowed on their current visa.

Existing students and workers can continue with their studies or employment until final decision on the status of the licence is made by the Home Office or the expiry date of their current visa.

If a student has made his/her visa application relying on a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) that was issued before the college’s licence was removed, the application will still be processed and considered by British Home Office.

The decision was made based on its visa refusal and course completion rates. It is the second time in 15 months that LSBF’s visa sponsor licence has been suspended.

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