Undertaking studies elsewhere during a period of interruption or resitting out of attendance
QMUL academic regulations
Tier 4 progression requirements
Even if QMUL agrees that you can study elsewhere, the logistics of two new Tier 4 (General) Student immigration applications (one to move to your new institution and one to return to your studies at QMUL) could be problematic.
Because you would not have completed your course at QMUL, you would normally have to return home to make an immigration application to study elsewhere as your new institution will be unable to certify progression.
You would normally have to return home to make your immigration application to resume your studies at QMUL. This is because your continued studies at QMUL would not be a progression of your studies elsewhere.
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