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EU referendum and Article 50: FAQs, comment and statements

UCL is a global university through our outlook, people and enduring international partnerships. Please find below frequently asked questions and answers about the EU referendum, the triggering of Article 50 and the potential impact on UCL research, staff, students and prospective students, as well as links to further information. 

These will be updated as new information arises, but please also check the Universities UK website for the latest updates.

In 2016 we held a number of immigration clinics for employees concerned about their immigration position. Our staff and students can login to view FAQs and a video from the immigration clinics

For academic comment and expertise on Brexit, see the UCL Brexit Hub.

EU students (prospective, current and offer holders)
Employees
Research

Referendum-related activity and comment

Past activity

UCL and Brexit: a post-Article 50 forum
On 4 May 2017, UCL President & Provost Professor Michael Arthur and a panel of UCL’s senior leaders took questions on what Brexit may mean for UCL, and discussed the next steps that UCL may pursue in the coming period.

View event resources.

‘What will Brexit mean for UCL?’
UCL President & Provost Professor Michael Arthur and a panel of the university’s senior leaders discussed at a meeting with UCL staff and students what Brexit may mean for UCL on 12 July 2016 and 12 September 2016.

View event summary and resources: 

Please see our media page for UCL expert comment on the EU referendum.  

Please see the UCL statements page for statements from UCL about the referendum outcome, including a video message from Professor Arthur.

Please see the external statements page for statements on the outcome of the EU referendum result of key relevance to UCL.

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