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12:00 AM, July 19, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, July 19, 2010

Higher education in UK

I completed my BBA from North South University. After completing my graduation, I decided to apply to some well-reputed UK universities for my masters. Upon applying, I've got a few unconditional offers as well as CAS to study Masters in well-reputed UK universities (For instance: Essex University, Coventry University, University of Hull). Most of the courses will commence in the last week of September.
From last February, UKBA has stopped receiving any VISA application from Bangladeshi students due to the huge number of applications where some of the agents and students used false documents to obtain visa. Since then the visa issuing has been stopped for all the students. Here the point arises, what will happen to the authentic students who have been waiting for a year to study in well reputed UK universities ? Should they suffer for the wrongdoing of some agency or fake students? I am afraid, if UKBA doesn't open it by July, many genuine students like us will suffer a lot and their dream to pursue a UK university degree will not be fulfilled.
I hereby request the education ministry of Bangladesh and the British High Commission to take necessary initiatives so that UKBA may consider this situation and withdraw the suspension at least for genuine students as soon as possible.

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