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I have been offered part-time work in the UK which is dependent on also undertaking part -time postgraduate study (course fees paid by employer). I intend to apply for additional part-time work once in the UK.

I know that Ancestry Visa holders are allowed to study, but am wondering if actually indicating an intent to do this is detrimental to an Ancestry Visa application? I have a large amount of savings (as I was previously saving to go back to school full time), so it should be obvious that I am able to support myself without recourse to public funds in the event there is an issue in finding additional work that can fit around my schedule).
 

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I don't think so. Remember you don't need a job offer in UK in order to apply for ancestry visa - just indication of your willingness to work, with your qualifications, skills and experience in support. Plus something like £3k to £5k in savings.
 
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