Continuous Learning seems to be one of the easiest qualifying criteria of the UK Global Talent Visa. But, in fact, it isn’t at all. And I know real cases of people, who fail because they do not give good evidence of Continuous Learning. Today I will write you more about four aspects you must consider if you chose this one criterion among Qualifying criteria.
What Is Continuous Learning?
If we read the Tech Nation Visa Guidelines, we can find the following explanation of “continuous learning” as qualifying criteria for Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa:
Continuous learning is defined as being able to show a record of consistent and frequent patterns of study, ranging over an extended period of time (e.g. the past 5 years). Each course should have required at least 20 hours to complete and you should evidence the hours required for each course. Short courses (less than 20 hours) would not be considered sufficiently strong evidence.Tech Nation Visa Guidelines
In other words, continuous learning consists of the next parts:
Support with your Continuous Learning questions
And a final point. Your situation may be quite unique. I understand this.
Hence, if you have any questions about Continuous Learning as one of your Qualifying Criteria for Global Talent Visa (Tier 1 Exceptional Talent Visa), please, don’t worry. You can write your specific questions to me. And I will be glad to share my knowledge with you.
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