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Call for Evidence

The Education Committee has been requested to conduct a study into the impact of Brexit on higher education in England.

In particular, the Committee would like receive submissions to the following questions:

  • What are your experiences of the Erasmus programme and why do you believe it is important the UK maintains its Erasmus membership?

  • What are your biggest concerns about the impact of Brexit on higher education?

  • What immediate steps do you believe the Government should take to prevent any possible negative impact from Brexit on higher education?

  • What should be prioritised in the Government’s negotiations for the UK to exit the European Union with regard to students and staff at universities?

Submissions are welcome from university academics, staff, students and members of the public.

The deadline for submissions is Friday 11th November 2016. A link to the inquiry is posted below.


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