What leaving the EU means for your work or study at The University of Manchester
Date of last update: 21 January 2020. The information below was correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of writing, but is subject to change.
If you work or study at The University of Manchester, or hope to in the future, you may wish to know how Brexit will affect you.
The University is, and will remain, not just a UK but also a global university that embraces staff, students, and academic and business partnerships from across the world.
As a University, we value the intellectual and cultural contribution EU students, members of staff and partners make to our international community.
While the UK has now formally left the EU, the Transition Period (which is due to continue until 31 December 2020) is currently ongoing. While there is some uncertainty about the UK’s future relationship with the EU, we want to make sure you have access to the latest information. This page will be updated as more information becomes available.
Get the latest on what the referendum means for you and your studies.
Read the latest support and advice for you as an employee at Manchester.
Find the latest information on our Study pages.
Find out about becoming part of our international staff community.