The Independent: David Cameron’s tough stance on immigration is damaging UK universities, professors say

David Cameron’s tough rules on immigration are taking their toll on UK universities as international students struggle to stump up the fees for entry, according to university and business leaders.

Maddalaine Ansell, chief executive of the University Alliance, which represents 18 colleges, said that Cameron’s stance could damage the competitiveness of the UK. “We rely on skills — particularly high-level skills — in order to compete internationally,” she said.

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