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Once a person has a UK visa refusal, it remains permanently in the records of the UK Home Office. Each time she re-applies, her previous UK visa refusal comes up. It becomes an unavoidable hindrance to all of her future UK visa applications. However, in your case, the circumstances have changed since her previous UK visa refusal, her entire year cost can be accommodated, then it won't affect her student visa.
Also, the UK Home Office may have information sharing with other countries. Previous refusals must be disclosed so sharing with them her true information and previous visa refusal is a wise choice. Pretty much all the information you provide is verifiable these days. Therefore, not disclosing your previous visa rejections can lead to her student visa.
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