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Brexit webinar series

5 Mar 2019, 13:30 - 14:30
​On 5 March 2019 from 13.30 – 14.30 UK time we will host Universities UK International and UK Science and Innovation Network Brexit Webinar series. 

We will discuss the latest developments and discuss contingency planning and what institutions in the UK and EU can do to prepare. 

Registration is now open

The previous episodes in the webinar series are available to view on the UUKi YouTube channel

The third instalment discusses contingency plans for a no-deal exit for EU and UK universities if the deal is not ratified.  The second discusses the October European Council Summit which took place on 18 October 2018.  The first looked to 'touch base - where are we and what will happen?'. 

Save study abroad campaign


An urgent campaign to encourage the UK government to commit to funding study abroad opportunities in case of a no-deal Brexit.
Sanaa Busaidy-Hubert

Sanaa Busaidy-Hubert

Events Producer
Universities UK

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK


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Support Study Abroad

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6 February 2019
Universities UK has launched a national #SupportStudyAbroad campaign asking the UK government to commit to continue funding study abroad opportunities for UK students, even if the UK cannot negotiate continued participation in the Erasmus+ programme.