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Brexit Webinar Series – What’s next for EU & UK science and education?

17 Jan 2019, 13:30 - 14:30
On January 17, 2019 from 13.30 – 14.30 UK time we will host the third instalment of our Brexit Webinar series. We will discuss the latest developments, including the Withdrawal Agreement the EU and UK agreed on this week. Hopefully, the agreement will be agreed on by the UK Parliament, but in case the progress does not go as planned, we will start discussing contingency planning and what institutions in the UK and EU can do to prepare. 


To view the first and second Webinar in the series please see here

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Sanaa Busaidy-Hubert

Sanaa Busaidy-Hubert

Events Producer
Universities UK

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

Blog

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Universities UK International Director Vivienne Stern on the conversations the sector is having as we head towards the Brexit denouement.

Go International – try more, do more, fear less

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Simmone Mclean, student at the University of Northampton, discusses her life-changing experience of studying abroad as part of her degree.

News

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12 February 2019
Vivienne Stern, Director of Universities UK International, has today (Tuesday 12 February) called on the government to lower the proposed salary requirement for EEA workers to gain a high-skilled work visa; to £21,000.

Support Study Abroad

Universities UK launches #SupportStudyAbroad campaign to protect study abroad in case of no-deal Brexit

6 February 2019
Universities UK has launched a national #SupportStudyAbroad campaign asking the UK government to commit to continue funding study abroad opportunities for UK students, even if the UK cannot negotiate continued participation in the Erasmus+ programme.