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Brexit guidance

Stuart Croft  
"At Warwick, we are committed to encouraging our staff and students to thrive within an actively inclusive international community, and we continue to look outwards to Europe and the rest of the world.”

Stuart Croft, Vice Chancellor

Information on these pages is intended to help people who have concerns about how Brexit might impact their study or work arrangements in the UK. We also provide information on wellbeing support services for individuals who are affected by the current uncertainty, and showcase expert commentary and news on European matters from Warwick academics.

Further information

Whilst full details are unknown, information we publish is accurate to the best of our knowledge and based on advice from the UK Government and University sector organisations. If you'd like more information from these sources, see:

  • GOV.UK provides information for EU staff and students from the UK government
  • Universities UK (UUK) is the sector’s representative body with guidance for university staff and students
  • Wonkhe is a think tank about UK higher education policy, people and politics with information on brexit

What is the University doing to prepare?

We have committed to underwriting the Erasmus Plus costs for outgoing exchange students in 2019/20.

A Task Group, chaired by the Registrar, is looking at how Brexit might affect the University and the plans we need to put in place.

Detailed plans will depend on what Brexit eventually looks like, but the group is considering issues and opportunities ranging from study abroad, attracting and retaining EU staff, access to facilities and partnerships as well as the impact on supply chains, transport, access and revenue.