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An update on University Brexit preparations

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This communication is issued jointly by Coventry University and Coventry University Students Union.

By 31 October 2019, the UK is due to leave the European Union. From the media you will know that the situation will be different depending on whether the UK leaves the EU with a deal or not. Depending on future discussions between the EU and UK, it is also possible that the UK may leave the EU with a different deal, or that the UK’s departure from the EU may be delayed beyond October.

The university continues to follow the guidance issued by the UK Government and Universities UK International on brexit preparations including the settlement scheme, temporary leave to remain, funding of research programmes and Erasmus+ and the Government funding guarantee, data protection and student finance. The University through its procurement frameworks is monitoring the preparedness of its suppliers and are liaising with Key Travel with regard to any potential implications on travel plans. We are also utilising the University Brussels Office in providing information and clarification from the European Commission.

Irrespective of a deal, no-deal or a delayed brexit the University remains committed to its global engagement through its education, student experience and international mobility. Please see the following Links for more detailed information:

 

Ian Dunn, Provost, Vice-Chancellors Office, Coventry University

Blessed Pepple, President, Coventry University Students Union

 

This information is based on current government guidance and published advice. It must be used in conjunction with the information referenced on the gov.uk website. Coventry University and Coventry University Students' Union accept no legal responsibility for the information provided. We will update students across the University Group with additional information as it is published.