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NUS Briefing: Backbench Business Debate ‘Erasmus+ and Student exchange after Brexit’

We are urging the Government to ensure that student mobility is maintained after Brexit.
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Tuesday 19 June 2018, 08:27

NUS believes that the opportunity for transnational education, including student exchanges through the Erasmus+ scheme, has clear benefits both for students, the UK education sector, local communities and the UK economy.
We are therefore urging the Government to ensure that student mobility is maintained after Brexit. We are urging MPs to guarantee that:

  • The UK remains a programme country participating in Erasmus+, and any future equivalent, after Brexit
  • Students are granted special immigration status so that they can continue to study freely across the EU after Brexit

Further Information
For any further information or to arrange a meeting, please contact Ayesha Ahmed, Public Affairs Officer: ayesha.ahmed@nus.org.uk

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Education, Brexit, Campaigns

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