（1）学生续签时资金要求，取消之前的 ‘established presence’ provision 也就是无论学生续签是否在英国都必须满足资金要求
The ‘established presence’ provision is being removed, so that all students mustshow they have sufficient funds to support themselves throughout the durationof their remaining study, or for up to nine months. This is to ensure that allmigrants can demonstrate they can maintain and accommodate themselves forthe full duration of their course, or up to nine months, whichever is shorter.
"... that students cannot repeatedly extend their leave to study unrelatedcourses solely into prolong their stay in the UK. Applicants applying to complete aPhD or other doctoral qualification may continue to study at the same level. "
(3) publicly-funded further education colleges 的学生将不能兼职工作
“This change will remove work rights from new students applying to study atpublicly-funded further education colleges. Changes to work entitlements in 2011recognised that non-compliance was lower among public further education collegestudents than those at private colleges. Students at public further education collegeskept limited work rights (10 hours a week, and full-time outside term-time), whilethose at private colleges were prevented from working at all. Patterns of noncompliancein the student migration system have now changed, and there is anemerging trend of immigration abuse amongst publicly funded college students. Thischange will reduce the attractiveness of these provisions to those intending to abusethe immigration system by working rather than studying. ”
(4) 就读College学生将无法转为任何其他point-based签证，或者续签Tier 4
"Tier 4 (General) Students at colleges are being prevented from extending theirstay in Tier 4 or switching into any other points-based route, unless they are studyingat a college recognised by the Home Office as an embedded college offering pathwayprogrammes designed to prepare students for entry to a higher education course. Thischange is designed to encourage college students to leave the UK at the end of theircourse, in order to reduce net migration. Students at other colleges, who wish to goon to study in a UK university, may do so by applying for leave to enter from outsidethe UK. "