BBC published an article that foreign students supports almost 70,000 UK jobs which contribute to boost the economy. Nevertheless, the report said that students claimed that it is hard to get new jobs after they finished their courses because of complex immigration system.

Jo Valentine, chief executive of London First said: "International students are made to feel unwelcome because of the anti-immigration rhetoric," and because they are included in the government's net migration targets. Students' expenditure here is a modern-day export: they pay substantial fees and contribute significantly to consumer spending."

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