British media: overseas students living in the UK

According to the Financial Times website on January 17, overseas students in the UK are living on food relief.

Many of Britain’s hundreds of thousands of international students are desperate to rely on food aid because of the loss of part-time jobs and other support, the Organization warned.

These challenges are particularly common in some parts of the east end, where the charity project Newham community project provides food to more than 1300 students a week. Students from relatively poor backgrounds such as India, who rely on part-time jobs to pay for basic expenses, are most affected by the epidemic.

In the 2018-2019 academic year, overseas students account for 20% of the total number of university students in the UK, and students from countries and regions outside the EU need to pay 14000-20000 a year.

In a joint survey of 124 international students, more than half said they had become or were likely to become destitute. According to the Higher Education Statistics Bureau, there will be about 485600 overseas students in British universities from 2018 to 2019, of which about 343000 are from non EU countries such as China and India.

&Sanaz Raj, a member of the “Younis boycott of border control” group, said it was a “big problem.”;. She accused successive British governments of banning people living in the UK on time limited visas from receiving public funds such as social security benefits. “They are in a terrible situation,” Raj said of international students. ”


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