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Calls for evidence from universities

Universities UK is working closely with the UK government to ensure key departments, ministers and officials are clear on the implications of Brexit for the higher education​​ sector.

Evidence and feedback from universities on how Brexit is impacting UK higher education, including staff, students, and science and research is helping to make the case for action in priority areas.​

Please submit evidence to info@universitiesuk.ac.uk.

In addition, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has set up a dedicated inbox to receive evidence of any post-Brexit impact on science and research: research@bis.gsi.gov.uk.

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 News


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Response to government announcement on funding for EU students commencing courses in 2018–19

21 April 2017
Universities UK has responded to the government's confirmation of funding for EU students commencing courses in 2018–19.

Universities UK statement on the triggering of Article 50

29 March 2017
Universities UK's response to the triggering of Article 50.

 Blog

What the British public really think about international students

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Karmjit Kaur, Head of Political Affairs at Universities UK, discusses the British public's perception of international students as an asset to the UK, and explains why international students should not be included in a net migration target.

Gone International – the benefits of students volunteering, working or studying abroad

2 March 2017
Rosalind Lowe, Policy Researcher at Universities UK, analyses findings from UUKi's report Gone International: mobility works.

Brexit: challenges and opportunities

1 March 2017
Vivienne Stern, Director of Universities UK International, highlights the proactive nature of the higher education sector ahead of the International Higher Education Forum.