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The Start Up visa (replacing the Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visa) is for people who are thinking of starting their own business. More details from the UKVI.
If you are interested in applying for this visa, please contact the Enterprise team.
You can apply for a Tier 2 (General) visa if you are completing a UK degree or have completed 12 months of a PhD on a Tier 4 visa and you have been offered a job from a Tier 2 sponsor that meets the minimum wage requirements.
The job must pay either £20,800 a year or at least as much as the prescribed wage for a new entrant in that type of job, whichever is the highest.
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There are a number of different types of Tier 5 schemes. These include:
If you are a national of one of the following countries you may be eligible to apply for the Tier 5 Youth Mobility visa:
Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Republic of Korea, Taiwan
You cannot switch into this immigration category from within the UK. Instead, you need to leave the UK and apply for entry clearance.
The Tier 5 Government Authorised Exchange route is for those coming to the UK through approved schemes as a paid intern. The aim is to share knowledge, experience and best practice through work placements, whilst experiencing the wider social and cultural setting of the UK. A list of the companies who can offer Tier 5 visas can be found at Home Office list of Authorised Exchange Schemes.
Some examples of companies on the list are:
To apply for the schemes you must be able to show that you have held funds of £945 in an account that is acceptable to the Home Office for a period of 90 consecutive days.
You can make an application to stay in the UK under if you meet all the following requirements:
Brookes graduate internships
The Doctorate Extension Scheme is for PhD students coming to the end of their course who want to work in the UK for up to 12 months after completing their PhD.
You must apply within the 60 days before the expected completion date of your PhD and before you are awarded.
If you have been sponsored for your PhD studies then you will need a letter of permission from your sponsor in order to make your DES application.
You will need to able to show that you have £2030 for living costs for 28 days before you make your DES application.
You apply using the Tier 4 (General) application form with a CAS from Oxford Brookes.
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