It's intriguing for me to see how the British government sets up new visa routes for overseas students or foreigners. I said so because the visa changes obviously have something to do with the economy of the UK. In the past few years, the post study work (PSW) visa was a very attractive programme to overseas students who wished to work in the UK for 2 years. However, due to the financial crisis, the Post-Study Work visa was closed. I suppose that the closure of PSW might have impacted some universities and local economy. Instead, Graduate Entrepreneur) visa scheme has been launched. What's more, last year, I saw news about International student internship scheme (ISIS). That is, the Home Office has launched ISIS, which provides the chance to work as interns in the UK for one year to postgraduate students who will return to China. I am quite skeptical about how many Chinese students would be really interested in International student internship scheme (ISIS), though. After all, would you rather be an intern after you finished your studies in the UK? What would you benefit from one-year internship? Would you risk missing the chance to have a better outlook on your career? Anyway, from both schemes, it is obvious that the British government has welcomed all entrepreneurs to invest in the UK for mutual interests.