Immigration – Education. The claimant college sought judicial review of the defendant Secretary of State's decision to revoke its Tier 4 sponsor licence. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the claim, held that it was a significant gauge of the claimant's ability or willingness to monitor its students that 116 had obtained a language certificate by cheating and had not, during the course of their studies, been discovered by the claimant to have had inadequate English language skills. Additionally, the claimant had failed to determine whether students' study would amount to academic progression.