Author Topic: EU candidates still have the capacity to learn at UK colleges?  (Read 10639 times)

Offline pavithra

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Have European students the capacity to study at the UK?

Offline venkatesh85

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Re: EU candidates still have the capacity to learn at UK colleges?
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2016, 05:42:22 PM »

The EU choice result won't prompt any quick change to the migration status of current EU candidates or those going to begin a course in the coming scholarly year (201617). This has been affirmed in an announcement (27 June) from Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science.

The more drawn out term suggestions for EU candidates who need to apply to examine in the UK (ie from 201718 onwards) will rely on upon the result of transactions and what sort of relationship the UK concurs with the EU.

A quick need for Universities UK is to encourage the legislature to find a way to guarantee candidates from EU nations can keep on studying at UK colleges on the same terms after the UK leaves the European Union and past.

Offline gayle

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Re: EU candidates still have the capacity to learn at UK colleges?
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2016, 05:46:03 PM »
Candidates can keep on being qualified to get grants and loans?

Offline Srinivas

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Candidates can keep on being qualified to get grants and loans?
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2016, 05:50:59 PM »
EU candidates going to colleges in England and Wales who are qualified under current guidelines to get advances and allows from the Student Loans Company will keep on doing so for the length of courses they are as of now selected on, or are going to begin this coming year. This has been affirmed by the Student Loans Company for England, and by Universities Wales for Wales.

An announcement (27 June) from Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science, on understudy money in England, reaffirms this.

Under EU law, candidates from EU part states applying for college degrees at Scottish colleges are presently qualified with the expectation of complimentary educational cost. For EU candidates going to a college in Scotland, the Scottish Government and Universities Scotland have affirmed that there has been no adjustment in current financing plans and that qualified European Union candidates as of now concentrating on in Scotland or starting their studies in the coming months will keep on benefitting from free educational cost and, for the individuals who meet the requirement of residency, related living cost support.

Offline kalpana josh

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Re: EU candidates still have the capacity to learn at UK colleges?
« Reply #4 on: July 04, 2016, 06:05:24 PM »
UK colleges still have the capacity to utilise staff from other EU nations?

Offline brahma

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The United Kingdom remains an individual from the European Union for the present and the administration has affirmed that there will be no quick changes to UK visa approaches for college staff right now, or examining, going to the United Kingdom from the European Union.

As far as enlisting Europen Union staff in the more drawn out term, this will rely on upon the sort of relationship the United Kingdom arranges with the European Union. The Colleges United Kingdom will work to guarantee the United Kingdom government finds a way to protect the free development of European Union specialists, researchers and scholarly staff.