University Statement on EU Referendum

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24 Jun 2016 09:00:00.000

You may be asking how the UK’s decision to leave the EU will affect you and have questions around:

  • Tuition fees (Non UK EU nationals)
  • Accessing fee loans (Non UK EU nationals)
  • Needing a visa to come and study in the UK (Non UK EU nationals)
  • Working in the UK (Non UK EU nationals)
  • Accessing the National Health Service? (Non UK EU nationals)
  • The Erasmus scheme (All students)
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While the answers to these queries, and more, will depend on Government negotiations please be assured nothing will change immediately. Please see the message below from The University of Nottingham Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Greenaway:

“We, like many Universities around the country, will be putting in place plans to manage the impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on our students and staff. We would also like to reassure people that nothing will change immediately as the Government now enters a period of negotiation.

“Leaving the EU will not happen overnight, it will be an incremental, managed exit process with significant opportunities for universities to seek assurances from Government on its continued support of our world-leading higher education sector and to influence future policy in this regard.

“In the meantime we will continue to support and help those who may be affected.”

If you are a current student, applicant or offer holder and are concerned please contact the International Office at

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Any enquiries related to the University’s statement on the EU Referendum result, please contact

Communications Office
telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5765

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  • University Statement on the EU Referendum

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