If you are an EU citizen and a University student you may have some questions about what Brexit could mean for you.
So what did the events of last week mean for Brexit?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson reached a new deal with the EU which needed to be approved by Parliament. The outcome of Saturday’s Parliamentary vote means that the new deal was not passed, with MPs adopting an amendment requiring the Prime Minister to ask for a further extension to the UK’s planned departure from the EU on 31 October 2019.
We now must wait to see if the Prime Minister manages to secure a second attempt to vote on the new deal, and if the EU agree to a further extension.
In the meantime if you have any specific concerns about how Brexit may impact you, you can access the International Student Support webpages at:
In addition to providing up to date information around Brexit, you can use the ‘submit an enquiry’ button to contact an ISS adviser directly.
As ever, Gateway staff at each Campus are ready to signpost you to advice and guidance to answer your questions.
You can also contact the Students’ Union at:
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