Tech founders comprise 25% of Tech Nation’s Global Talent Visa endorsements

Tech founders comprise 25% of Tech Nation’s Global Talent Visa endorsements

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What is the Global Talent Visa and how can you apply for endorsement through the Arts Council?

The Global Talent Visa is available for talented and promising individuals in the fields of science, engineering, medicine and humanities, digital technology and arts and culture who wish to pursue their career in the UK. The Global Talent Visa replaced the Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) Visa on 20 February 2020.

There are two routes available, which cater for different levels of experience. Exceptional Talent is for people who are already established as leading artists or recognised experts in their field and Exceptional Promise is for people who have the potential to become leading artists or recognised experts in their field.

Arts Council England is designated as an endorsing body by the Home Office to assess applications for endorsement from people who work in the fields of arts and culture. By ‘arts and culture’ we mean the following areas:

• Combined Arts

• Dance

• Literature

• Music

• Theatre

• Visual Arts – including those working in an artistic context in galleries and museums (not including museums focused work)

Those who work in the film, television, animation, post production and visual effects industries can also apply for Exceptional Talent. These applications are assessed by the Producers’ Alliance for Film and Television (PACT) on our behalf. However, you cannot apply for Exceptional Promise if you work in these fields.

If you work as a fashion designer or architect, you can apply for either Exceptional Talent or Exceptional Promise. Applications from fashion designers are assessed by the British Fashion Council (BFC), and applications from architects are assessed by The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) on our behalf.

There are five other organisations designated as endorsing bodies by the Home Office to assess applications from people working in other specialist areas:

The Royal Society – for natural and medical science applications
The Royal Academy of Engineering – for engineering applications
The British Academy – for humanities and social science applications
Tech Nation – for digital technology applications
UK Research and Innovation – for science and innovation applications

The Immigration rules relevant to applications to the Arts Council for global talent visa applications include:

(a) If the applicant’s field is within arts and culture, they must meet all of the following criteria:

(i) They must be professionally engaged in producing work of outstanding quality which has been published (other than exclusively in newspapers or magazines), performed, presented, distributed or exhibited internationally.

(ii) They must show regular activity of being engaged professionally as a practitioner in their field within the last 5 years.

(iii) They must show a substantial track record in more than one country (if applying under Exceptional Talent criteria) or a developing track record in one or more countries (if applying under Exceptional Promise criteria).

(b) Applicant in the fields of arts and culture must provide the evidence specified in the table below.

(c) This evidence must consist of no more than 10 documents in total and must be submitted as paper-based documents in hard copy with the application. A document is defined as a single piece of evidence (article, review, letter etc). If more than the 10 pieces of evidence are submitted, only the first 10 listed will be considered and the additional evidence will be disregarded.

(d) The evidence must relate to media recognition, an award nomination, appearance, performance or other event which occurred in the 5 years before the date of application.

Exceptional Talent within the fields of arts and culture (leader in relevant field):

The applicant must provide at least 2 of the following:

1) At least 2 examples of recent significant international media recognition for the applicant’s work in the field of arts and culture, online or in print such as features, articles and/or reviews from high profile national publications or broadcasting companies in at least two countries, one of which can be the applicant’s country of residence. Significant media recognition must be for the applicant’s own work as an individual.

2) Proof of having won or made a significant and direct contribution to winning;

3) Proof of appearances, performances, publications or exhibitions

Proof must come from at least 2 countries, one of which can be the applicant’s country of residence.

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How to write your Personal Statement for the UK Tech Nation Global Talent Visa

In this video, I give detailed explanations on how to write a winning Personal Statement for the UK Tech Nation Endorsement towards getting your Global Talent Visa.

The Global Talent Visa enables exceptional tech talent from any country in the world to settle, live and work in the UK’s digital technology. The Tech Nation visa is a Tier 1 visa created for applicants with technical skills or business skills in the digital technology sector.

For your Personal Statement, we’ll cover questions like…
Why do you want to come to the UK?
What is your planned occupation in the UK?
Which region or city of the UK are you planning to live in?
How will the UK digital technology sector benefit from your work?

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0:00 – Introduction
0:23 – What is the Global Talent Visa?
01:25 – Benefits of Global Talent Visa?
03:04 – Requirements for The Global Talent Visa
04:50 – Personal Statement
06:00 – Storytelling Your Personal Statement
11:05 – Personal Statement Criteria
12:20 – Word Counts and Pages
13:00 – Conclusion

To learn more about the Tech Nation Global Talent Visa and begin your application, see the links below:

How to write your Personal Statement for the UK Tech Nation Global Talent Visa:…

How to write your Pieces of Evidences for the UK Tech Nation Global Talent Visa:

Global Talent Visa Application Link:

Tech Nation Endorsement Application Link:

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