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A major new analysis piece from UUKi and Studyportals urges the UK Government and universities to prioritise European student recruitment, and makes recommendations for stabilising and regrowing student numbers in opportunity markets.
Mark Drakeford says during Dublin visit that his country has not found itself to be better off after leaving the EU.
Four international scientists explain how a grant debacle stemming from Brexit has affected their research and career plans. / UK science suffered a significant setback in June, when the European Research Council (ERC) confirmed that 143 UK-based researchers would forfeit their prestigious ERC grants unless they relocated to a country in the European Union.
As small businesses crumble, shelves get emptier and the care-worker shortage intensifies, life outside the EU is having a dire effect on many of us. Why aren’t politicians talking about it?
Applications from EU students who want to study in Irish universities have more than trebled since the 2016 Brexit referendum.
The issue as it stands prevents students from Ireland, who are studying in UK universities, from applying for medical internships within the Irish health service.
To do their jobs properly, scientists need stability. They need secure sources of funding. They need to be able to collaborate with other researchers across the globe, without unnecessary barriers. / But there’s a huge question mark hanging over the UK’s involvement in major scientific programmes like Horizon Europe.
One of Scotland’s top cancer experts is considering moving a major research project abroad amid political turmoil and warnings that a Brexit-linked impasse over EU funding will starve universities of talent.
The Vice-Chancellor says failure to secure associate membership of Horizon Europe could do long term damage to UK universities.
Under the UK’s new immigration system, migrants from the European Union face more restrictive rules than those from the rest of the world. The effects on overall migration numbers may be limited, but the skills and sectoral mix of migrants may look substantially different.
Fewer scholars from Italy, Germany, France and Netherlands working in British universities, says report.
The Brexit effect is easy to see in UK universities. A continuing failure to agree UK association with the Horizon Europe research programme has put eligibility to conduct EU-funded research in the UK in a precarious position, undermining international collaborations and prompting some academics to relocate to the mainland.
The number of pupils admitted to Oxford University from EU countries has halved in the past five years, according to the University’s annual admissions report, which also indicated that the decline was expected as a result of Brexit.
UK ministers have been accused of failing to support Scottish universities as they battle to maintain their competitive position in the post-Brexit era.
Dispute over Northern Ireland protocol puts associate membership of Horizon Europe scheme in doubt.
Analysis of data suggests that Brexit is responsible for the transatlantic shift.
UK nationals are struggling to adjust to new rules that follow Brexit – the act that marked the UK’s official exit from the European Union.
The number of European Union (EU) students signing up for Scottish higher education courses is continuing to fall following Brexit, it has been warned.
The Department of Health has said that it hopes to rectify the issue by the end of the year.
Up to 20% of Queens University's research funding is at risk due to a row between the EU and UK.
Increases in university fees of almost 60 per cent are be considered by the Department for the Economy.
Many in the arts will look at 2022 with trepidation. There are still many issues with the Brexit deal from 12 months ago.
We may never know exactly what Conservative MP Chris Heaton-Harris intended to do with the information he tried to obtain on academics who teach about Brexit. But it certainly shouldn’t be treated as “just a polite request for information” as if this were some routine event.
Brexit uncertainty adds another dimension of disruption to a health service already struggling with the unknown legacy of a global pandemic
Over the past year, Agnese Romiti from the Department of Economics at the University of Strathclyde and Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes from the University of California-Merced have been working on a project examining the effect of the Brexit referendum held in 2016 on university applications from EU students.