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Brexit readiness checklist

We've created a checklist that advises on actions that UK higher education providers can take to be as prepared as possible for a no-deal exit from the European Union. 

The document also acts as a collection of subject-specific resources from UUK, UUKi, the UK Government, sector organisations and funding bodies.

 Topics covered in the checklist include:

  • Immigration
  • Horizon 2020
  • Erasmus+
  • EU students and qualifications
  • Transnational education
  • Structural funding, procurement, supply chains and data

We recommend you view this resource on a desktop if possible to ensure all links are visible and active. 

Further Brexit-related activities

Brexit readiness webinars: coming soon

Stay tuned for a series of webinars featuring experts on everything from Erasmus+ to data protection.


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