London Metropolitan University, who lost their licence to recruit non-EU students, has seen a drop in student numbers a FOI has revealed.

They have lost more than half their number of students.

The BBC write:

So far in this academic year it has less than half the number of new students it had in the previous year, figures obtained by the BBC suggest.

The university says the figures are only a snapshot and will improve.

Data released under a Freedom of Information request shows the number of UK and EU recruits at the university has fallen from 11,000 last year to about 6,000 this year.

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