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Brexit Webinar Series

8 May 2019, 13:30 - 14:30

The future of EU-UK science & education

The fifth instalment of our Brexit webinar series will discuss the future of EU-UK science and education, and the latest developments to help universities prepare for Brexit. 

Register to join us live on Wednesday 8 May 2019 from 1.30 – 2.30 pm (GMT)

The webinar will be hosted by UUKi's Head of European Engagement, Anne-May Janssen, and is in collaboration with the UK Science and Innovation Network. 

Previous episodes in the webinar series are available to watch now on the UUKi YouTube channel. 


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