Very informative post from our labour market blog
As the clock ticks down until Britain leaves the EU on March 29th we look at some of the implications of Brexit for our students and graduates..
While everyone has their opinion on the outcome of 2016’s referendum it is notable that, as this article shows, 85% of higher education students in the UK voted to remain. The representative body of the Higher Education sector, Universities UK, voices concerns about the effect on university students, staff and research and its #SupportStudyAbroad campaign aims to mitigate the effect on the Erasmus+ programme of a no-deal outcome.
Besides anxiety that employment prospects in the UK will suffer from economic downturn, there are concerns about the impact on opportunities for EU students to work in the UK after graduation and for UK students seeking experience in the EU.
The impact on the graduate labour market has been widely discussed, surveys conducted and…
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