Why should International students get charged for the Closed Universities? NEED JUSTICE!!!

Why should International students get charged for the Closed Universities? NEED JUSTICE!!!

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Sai Priya Potluri started this petition to UKVisa Immigration Tier 4 Compliance and

Situation Summary:

In this COVID 19 Pandemic, the Master's Students(mainly the international master's students) of various universities across the UK, are facing a lot of academic and financial hurdles. 

All the GCSE and A-level's academics are closed and students are being promoted. But the University's undergraduate and master's students are asked to finish the assessments, internships, and dissertations at the home without any University resources for help. Just a few library resources are available and most of the dissertations and internal internships are asked to be done without any practical implications. This is mainly affecting international students. In spite of paying huge tuition fees (which is double than home students) and staying this far away from their families for better education, yet students are asked to cook-up the tasks without any international educational standards.

Besides this, there is no chance of working for basic living, as there are no part-time jobs in this situation. The basic living, as well as, the tuition fees should be self handled by the families from their home countries, with the same pandemic conditions and lockdown in their home countries. 

Expected Outcome:

Hence, on behalf of the International Master's students, I would like to ask for help from the government and the universities, either by not charging/refunding the fee, for those university shutdown days (which would help the students financially in this period) or by extending the student visa's, so that the student can finish the on-going tasks, in that period with proper international university standards.

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