EU Referendum Information and Guidance

   
    

Be part of our global community

The University of Nottingham is Britain’s Global University. We will remain Britain’s Global University – continuing to stand at the vanguard of what it means to deliver a truly international model of higher education.

We represent the excellence, entrepreneurialism and engagement that characterises the very best of British universities – and these strengths will secure our continued success in the future.   Our University’s international reputation for collaboration, innovation and openness is both hard-won and well-earned. We will continue and expand our efforts to describe the hugely positive impact that this global outlook has – on our society, our economy and the global community of students, staff, visitors and friends that work and study at The University of Nottingham.

The result of the EU referendum means the UK must now look outwards, forging new relationships with the international community. With our physical presence in three countries on two continents and extensive experience of working with international partners, across borders, The University of Nottingham is well-placed to successfully navigate this period of change and the challenges and opportunities it will provide.

Our international community of students and staff is one of our greatest strengths, and we want people from the UK, other countries in Europe and beyond to continue to study, teach, research and work here.

The full government statement on the status of EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EU, including informative FAQs, can be found on the gov.uk website. It has been confirmed that current EU students and those up to and including 2017/18 entry will continue to recieve funding and support for the duration of their course. You can get in touch with our team for more info.

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir David Greenaway, on the University's response to the EU Referendum result.