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Regarding the recent PSW closure norms of UK

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  • Preferred study destination: United Kingdom
Hi, I am Pallavi from India; I'm currently looking forward to pursue my masters MBA in the UK. I had applied to certain universities and got offers from almost all of them, after thorough scrutiny I decided on University of Chester. So I will be heading for UK in the month of September this year. I wanted to ask you that since Post Study Work Visa has got closed for international students or rather the rules have become strict for obtaining a work Visa in the UK, what are the chances of a post graduate international student getting employed after the completion of their masters?

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  • Anonymous Participant

Good Morning!

The chances of you getting employed in the UK at the moment may not be very bright. Having said that, if you do get an job with a salary of 21,000 Pounds per year, then, you would get your employment pass.

All the Best!

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Dear

Greetings from the Global Education Service!!

If you have already paid the fees of the university or got the visa. Then I would like to tell you that please try to do an extra courses with MBA, such as CIMA, CFA,etc. So your chances will be more to get jobs. Try to gain some voluntary work experience too before you complete your student visa..

These days it is very difficult to get jobs in Management Sector , most of  the management positions filled by British/ EU  Citizens only. Good Luck.

If you haven't paid fees or got the visa , then kindly rethink of changing your destination country to study MBA. I would recommend you should try those countries which are give post study work visa only.

Hope I have managed to solve your query. 

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