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The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope, has released a video in which he discusses the University's concerns and position on Brexit.

In the video, Professor Toope discusses the University’s concerns relating to the UK’s departure from the European Union and outlines the University’s position on the mobility of students and staff, and the importance of research collaboration with European partners.

Professor Toope also reassures staff and students that the University is “not just passively waiting for Brexit to happen” but, through detailed scenario planning, political engagement, and a strong focus on international partnerships, is actively working to ensure that Cambridge is able to bring its “fullest contribution to society, whatever the outcome of the Brexit negotiations.”

The University’s dedicated Brexit webpages can be found here: www.eu.admin.cam.ac.uk.

On this site, you can find FAQs on issues such as fees and funding, key University contacts for staff and students, as well as the latest Brexit analysis from Cambridge experts. 

These pages will be regularly refreshed as new information emerges, and further updates on Brexit-related issues will be sent to University members in the coming months. There will also be more open meetings announced in the near future. 

 

Published

23 October 2018