EU referendum

Students protesting against Brexit

Sector figures say government proposals fail to guarantee future for academics based in the UK

Graeme Reid

Research policy expert says there is ‘no need’ for higher education to make ‘special case’ for universities during negotiations

Tree chopped down

Royal Irish Academy survey respondents warn against hard border between North and South

Rugby players doing press-ups

Free movement and ECJ jurisdiction seen as potential stumbling blocks at Russell Group's meeting with MEPs

Global currencies

Country’s scientists must be able to demonstrate that they can continue competing on the world stage, senior academic says

Paul Wellings

Reciprocal academic visa also among ideas under consideration by vice-chancellors

builder moving drywall

All-Ireland student visa needed to cope with Brexit fallout, says v-c

University of Manchester

UCU figures on job cut plans in 2017 reveal scholars’ vulnerability in wake of Brexit and TEF

UK universities may be among the most autonomous, but they need international cooperation to make their voices heard, says Paul Boyle

Students join anti-racist campaigners from groups including Movement for Justice to march through Central London

Cap on student visas and more pressure on universities to ensure recruits are ‘genuine’ seen as potential measures

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Hesa figures show EU nationals make up more than a quarter of all academics at a third of mission group’s members

Felipe Fernández-Armesto takes issue with a claim that the EU has been playing the sovereignty card in Brexit negotiations

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Swiss Embassy’s head of science outlines challenges in negotiations
Brexit negotiations sign

Medical charity sets out demands to allow it to invest ‘confidently’

Survey of would-be undergraduates finds teaching quality is the most important factor in decision-making
University of Oxford Encaenia Procession 2010. Porter watching
Next UK government urged to ease uncertainty threatening university sector
European Union (EU) flags flying

European Union students enrolling next year will pay the same fees as UK students

Man held at gunpoint

University’s head of Brexit strategy urges universities to apply pressure over ‘essential’ priority

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What should have been a straightforward application for leave to remain in the UK turned into a Kafkaesque nightmare for University of St Andrews’ lecturer Emily Michelson, whose research trip to Italy proved too much for visa administrators to handle

Gibraltar, the rock

University of Gibraltar vice-chancellor Daniella Tilbury reflects on how Brexit negotiations are awakening old insecurities