Official figures in the UK illustrated that from June 2013 to June 2014, 121,000 non-EU students entered the UK for studies but only 51,000 exited after completion ie. 70,000 have entered the country. A new regime was set to deprive non-EU college students of the right to work and the ability to apply for a visa extension when they complete the courses. Therefore, if students want to apply for a work visa to return to the country, they have to leave before they can do so. Whether this can create positive changes both to local people and foreign students can only be observed as time passes by.