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Brexit Readiness Roadshow

21 Oct - 28 Oct 2019, 09:00 - 17:00

​About this Event

Universities UK International, in collaboration with Universities Scotland, Universities Wales and GuildHE, is holding events across the UK to help higher education providers prepare for a no-deal Brexit. The events will allow you to ask specific questions about your provider’s no-deal planning. These events are aimed at practitioner level.


Government officials, supported by teams from Universities UK and GuildHE, and representatives from Universities Scotland and Universities Wales at country-specific events, will be at each event to answer your questions and give you the latest advice on subjects including:

  • Erasmus+ and outward student mobility
  • Horizon 2020 and European Regional Development Funding
  • Immigration and recruitment
  • Procurement and data protection
Exact venues have yet to be confirmed but will most likely be within close vicinity of the train station in each respective location.

The events will preliminarily take place between 2 and 5pm at each location. Each session will begin with the latest policy updates on each topic, after which we will break-out into separate world café style type tables. Please do note that these events will take place in just over one week’s time so prompt registration is encouraged. Exact venues have yet to be confirmed but will most likely be within close vicinity of the train station in each of the cities below: 

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Sanaa Busaidy-Hubert

Sanaa Busaidy-Hubert

Events Producer
Universities UK

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

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