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World Have Your Say: London overseas students banned

Image caption Students protest outside Downing Street

More than 2,000 students at London Metropolitan University risk being deported from the UK after the institution had its licence to teach and recruit overseas students suspended.

We'll be speaking to students who risk having to leave country at 1700 GMT.

If you're hoping to come to the UK to study we'd like to hear from you. What are institutions like London Metropolitan University really offering? Is it an education, or a route into the country? Are they taking advantage of foreign students?

Also on the programme: Egypt's president Mohammed Mursi has told has told a summit of the Non-Aligned Movement that the Syrian uprising is a "revolution against an oppressive regime". This led to Syria's delegation walking out. We'll be getting reaction from the region to his comments.

World Have Your Say is the BBC's global discussion show. The programme is on BBC World Service radio at 1100GMT & 1700GMT on weekdays and on BBC World News television at 1500GMT on Fridays.

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