This page lists statements on the outcome of the EU referendum result of key relevance to UCL.
A range of organisations and individuals, ranging from the UK government to Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, have released statements about the EU referendum result and its consequences that are important to the UCL community. This page will be updated as new statements are released.
- EU funding and fee status confirmed for EU students in 2019/20
- UK government Settlement Scheme statement of intent
- Universities UK response to the Government announcement on fees and financial support for EU students starting courses in 2017/18 (published 11 October).
- UK government: European Union students applying for university places in the 2017 to 2018 academic year will still have access to student funding support (published 11 October).
- Reply from Minister of State for Universities, Sciences, Research and Innovation, to the joint statement from UCL Provost and unions (published 23 August)
- Chancellor Philip Hammond guarantees EU funding beyond date UK leaves the EU (published 13 August)
- UK national academies joint statement on research and innovation after the EU Referendum (published 19 July)
- League of European Research Universities: Academic co-operation with the UK remains essential for Europe (published 14 July)
- Mayor of London statement: EU nationals will always be welcome in London (published 12 July)
- UK government: the status of EU nationals in the UK (first published 11 July; 12 July updates)
- Mayor of London letter to UCL (received 6 July)
- Research Councils UK statement on international collaboration post EU referendum (published 6 July)
- Russell Group EU referendum statement (published 5 July)