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Sorry, but this is not correct. A university would have no reason to "take action and remove you from your course", nor is there any risk attached to studying on a Tier 5 (Youth Mobility) visa either for the student or the university,Frontier Mole wrote: ↑Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:34 amYour single biggest issue is your uni - they could take action to remove you from your course if they become aware of the fact that you no longer have a tier 4 visa.
I would check with your uni that they will continue to let you study under tier 5 YMS, some can have a very risk adverse approach.
To reassure OP, in a decade working in second-tier immigration advice and compliance jn universities I have never heard of a university that has a problem with someone studying with a Tier 5 (Youth Mobility) visa, or with any other kind of visa that does not restrict study. On the contrary, the fewer students a university needs to sponsor, monitor and report under its Tier 4 sponsor duties the bette1 Some types of visa do restrict study and require caution when enrolling: Tier 4, short-term student, Standard Visitor, Parent of a Tier 4 Child and some forms of transit visa or temporary permission. But otherwise anyone with any type of visa can study as they wish.
I assume you mean Tier 5, not Tier 4.