Statistics of Tier 4 International Students During the COVID-19 Lockdown
Dear Glasgow Caledonian University,
Dear De Montfort University,
We are requesting responses to the following questions.
1. How many Tier 4 international students are enrolled at the university in the 2019-2020 academic year?
2. How many Tier 4 international students have contacted the student funding services to report difficulties with paying their tuition fees on time?
3. What sort of assistance is in place for Tier 4 international students who are unable to pay their tuition fees?
3. What sort of COVID-19 provisions are in place for Tier 4 international students? Please answer for the following:
a. Health and wellbeing, including mental health
b. Immigration advice
c. Other, please elaborate
4. Is the university providing hardship funds for Tier 4 international students? If yes, please also answer the following:
a. How many Tier 4 international students applied for hardship funds?
b. How many Tier 4 international students were granted hardship funds?
c. If a Tier 4 international student was denied a hardship fund, what were the primary reasons for this?
5. Have any Tier 4 international students been reported to the Home Office during the COVID-19 lockdown? If yes, how many?
6. How many Tier 4 international students have contacted the university's immigration support office requiring advice and/or reporting immigration difficulties from March 2020 until August 2020?
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