UK to Recruit Top Scientists in New Visa Program
UK to Recruit Top Scientists in New Visa Program
The fast-track Global Talent visa will have no cap on the number of researchers able to come to the UK.
UK to Recruit Top Scientists in New Visa Program
UK to Recruit Top Scientists in New Visa Program

The fast-track Global Talent visa will have no cap on the number of researchers able to come to the UK.

The fast-track Global Talent visa will have no cap on the number of researchers able to come to the UK.

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