House of Commons Education Select Committee held an inquiry on “The impact of exiting the European Union on higher education” in November 2016. The GuildHE welcomed current assurances around EU students and staff, but argued for reciprocal, fair, and affordable study and immigration arrangements for UK and EU students. You can read the full response here.
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