COMMONS

MPs take evidence on student visas

08 February 2011

The Commons Home Affairs Committee will question various organisations and the Minister of State for Immigration on how the proposed changes will affect the Further Education sector and International students as well as looking at some of the criticisms of Tier 4 migration.

Purpose of session

This is the second evidence session of the Student Visas inquiry which provides the committee with an opportunity to examine the government consultation on proposed changes to Tier 4 migration.

The session will concentrate on how the proposed changes will affect the Further Education sector and International students as well as looking at some of the criticisms of Tier 4 migration.

Witnesses

Tuesday 8 February 2011 at 11.00 a.m.
Committee Room 8

At 11.00am

  • Martin Doel, Chief Executive, Association of Colleges
  • John Mountford, International Director, Association of Colleges

At approximately 11.30am

  • Dominic Scott, Chief Executive, UK Council for International Student Affairs
  • Aaron Porter, President, NUS

At approximately 12 noon

  • Sir Andrew Green, Chief Executive, MigrationWatch UK
  • Mr Alper Mehmet, Member, Advisory Council, MigrationWatch UK

At approximately 12.30pm

  • Damian Green MP, Minister of State for Immigration, Home Office

Further information

Image: iStockphoto

More news on: Parliament, government and politics, Parliament, Education, Higher education, Students, Commons news, Parliamentary business, Committee news

Share this page