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working in the UK after graduation?

 
#1 working in the UK after graduation?
26/04/2015 05:22

beejay0709

Hello, I'm currently living in India and planning to do my masters in UK by this September. I work as a Quality Control engineer in a private concern that manufactures pump casing for oil and gas industries. I've made a thorough research about the the work visa policies in UK and came to know that it's really hard to get a job but not impossible. Now how likely am I to get a sponsor if I performed well at uni as well? Kindly help, thank you!

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#2 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
26/04/2015 11:52

Bushy Eyebrow Partner to beejay0709 (#1)

Pretty unlikely, I'd say.

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#3 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
26/04/2015 21:29

supersoul to Bushy Eyebrow Partner (#2)

+1

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#4 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
27/04/2015 09:37

GR to beejay0709 (#1)

Like you said - It's extremely difficult but not impossible. Some of the big companies sponsor visas but yes it's highly competitive!

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#5 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
27/04/2015 09:47

Frio to GR (#4)

I would say that if you really want to come and work in the UK your best chance would be to work for one of the many global outsourcers in India and position yourself on a project to do some onshore work.

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#6 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
28/04/2015 15:05

marsday to beejay0709 (#1)

Will depend on the coming election.

Labour majority - welcome to the EU.

Conservative majority - welcome to the UK.

Lab/Lib Pact - was that a UK university you are studying at? Lets talk fees.

Cons/Lib Pact - sneak in while we are busy arguing.

Anything involving UKIP - sorry, the UK is now closed.

Anything involving SNP - UK? What was that?

Anything involving Plaid Cymru - bzzzzzzzzzz...thats the alarm, wakey wakey time.

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#7 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
30/04/2015 11:34

Mr Cool to marsday (#6)

Apparently Rhod Gilbert is doing a remake of one of my favourite Steve Martin cult films...

Dead Men don't wear Plaid Cymru

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#8 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
30/04/2015 16:22

marsday to Mr Cool (#7)

UKIP are remaking a Scorsese classic

'Goodchaps'

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#9 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
30/04/2015 17:32

Camster to marsday (#6)

Will depend on the coming election.

Labour majority - welcome to the EU.

Conservative majority - welcome to the UK.

Lab/Lib Pact - was that a UK university you are studying at? Lets talk fees.

Cons/Lib Pact - sneak in while we are busy arguing.

Anything involving UKIP - sorry, the UK is now closed.

Anything involving SNP - UK? What was that?

Anything involving Plaid Cymru - bzzzzzzzzzz...thats the alarm, wakey wakey time.

LOL!!! Hahahahaha!!! +1 million

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#10 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
30/04/2015 17:33

Camster to marsday (#8)

UKIP are remaking a Scorsese classic

'Goodchaps'

I thought they called it GoodChavs?

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#11 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
03/05/2015 14:51

Big_Bad_Baz to beejay0709 (#1)

Hey BJ,

I've gone through your exact case 5 years ago, and not only managed to get a job out of uni but now I'm preparing to apply for permanent settlement here.

It's definitely much harder for you to get a job now than 5 years ago, as I think the rules are changed now that you can only work for 12 months in the UK, then you have to go out for 12 months before you can come back to the UK to work again (my canadian boss, and chinese colleague are going through this now).

I have to say it all depends on the company you're applying for and their policies. Looking at your background I'd say Rolls-Royce would be your best bet. They are one of very few companies who are keen on getting foreigners in, and they sponsor (and pay) for your work permit. My Chinese colleague got hired in the UK and because of the 12 months rule, RR decided to move her into Norway then bring her back to the UK once the 12 months are over - they really go out of their way to make it work for you, as long as you're good at what you do.

What university did you apply for ? It would increase your chances if you're studying at a target university and other big engineering firms.

All the best.

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#12 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
04/05/2015 14:55

Camster to Big_Bad_Baz (#11)

Germany better.

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#13 RE: working in the UK after graduation?
15/08/2015 19:34

Katz to marsday (#6)

You should also look at Singapore. High wages, and education, friendly immigration, lots of multinationals that need people. Not sure about job protections though.

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