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South East economy 'could lose millions' after visa changes

Language schools have warned that the South East's economy could lose £267m a year because of a change in requirements for student visas.

They say changes making it more expensive for students outside the EU to obtain visas - as well as requiring a higher standard of English to qualify - have contributed to a drop in students of between 50% and 92%.

  • 26 Apr 2012