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    A little background check- i am starting uni this fall in the UK as an international applicant (from India) for Biomedical Sciences. Is it possible to get a job in the NHS as an international applicant once I graduate?
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    Because you're not a citizen of an EU country, it can be difficult to figure out if you can work in the UK while studying abroad. First, make sure you have the correct visa (tier 4 general student visa) and depending on where you are studying, you can possibly work part-time while enrolled. After you graduate, you can change your visa to a work visa and stay in the country to work. There are a lot of different details and circumstances, which you can learn about here: http://www.ukcisa.org.uk/Internation...-your-studies/

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