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Two year PG along with job in Scotland
The Scottish Higher Education is offering a scheme for offshore students which entails a two year permit for study along with work. Under this scheme, Fresh Talents Working in Scotland' scheme, students who have completed their graduation or post graduation in Scotland are permitted to work in Scotland. Students who study in Scotland can also work in UK with the permit.
According to Roopesh of Clyde and Lothian Limited, a higher education consultant, all Scottish universities are funded by the Government. Those who complete B.A., B.Com., and B.Sc., are eligible to take up post graduation in Scotland which is one year for freshers. The consultancy has tie up with four universities which offer 250 courses under the Scheme.
Clyde and Lothian Limited has appointed Imprint Communication and Educational Services of Hyderabad as its agent in Andhra Pradesh and details can be had over phone numbers 040-27623708, 27662181 and 98850 89092.
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