In his last visit to India in 2013, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said, "There is no limit for the Indian Students, who can study in UK."
In the visit, David spoke with the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in Delhi about the relationship between the two countries.
On his visit, some of the media channel gathered and asked the questions. Responding to the questions asked by one of the journalist about "Indian students are not allowed to UK for Higher Education".
He said, "My message is very clear. We want to attract the brightest and the best to Britain whether you're a student, a post-grad, entrepreneur or businessman. If you're a genuine student studying at a genuine institution, you will get your visa. There are no limits on numbers".
Meanwhile, UK Minister for Immigration Mark Harper also visited India.
He addressed the House of Lords Committee about the scheme for graduates to work in the UK in a statement on 11th November 2013.
"If you are a graduate, it's actually very straight forward to stay here. If you have a graduate level job paying just over £20,000 a year, then you can stay in the United Kingdom. I don't think we necessarily landed that argument well enough". said Mark Harper.
If any of the Indian Students are interested for applying UK Visas, contact the immigration expert and get ides about it.
Before applying to the VISA, candidates must have to know their eligibility assessment, if they are eligible for UK Visas.