Well it’s just odd that course relevance’s importance is reducing day by day and people are more interested in University reputation and somehow want to finish their studies and enter into job market whether interested or not as long as they can make 6 figure dollars. Well look at the second priority. People really want to settle somewhere and continue working there. Even though second priority is not pointing out that students are basically aiming for the Green Card since many students also want to get international job experience through visa extension and then return to their home country and work there. Also this proves the reason the number of application in UK has reduced by almost 33% in a year, after the visa restriction was introduced. Students have only 4 months to look for job after completing their education and there you have the result: University of Manchester (a top tier university in the world in UK) is looking to fill up its international student’s quota till June. UK’s loss is gain for many countries. UK which is still the second preference for students for higher education has become less popular within a span of two years after visa rules were changed.