Professor Piet Eeckhout, Dean of UCL Laws, addresses concerns about how Brexit may impact your study at UCL Laws.
Many current and prospective students may be worried about what will happen after the UK leaves the EU, and I wish to allay these concerns as much as possible in this time of uncertainty. Regardless of any Brexit outcome, EU and International students will still be as welcome as ever at UCL and in UCL Laws.
I am proud to lead a Faculty where our diverse community is celebrated and regarded as one of our many strengths. Supporting our EU staff, students, prospective students and wider community during this confusing time is therefore our first priority.
If the UK leaves the EU as planned in the coming weeks, this will not affect the ability for EU or overseas students to study on our programmes. You travel status will not be affected, and there will be no change to tuition fees - they will remain as stated.
For more information, please visit the UCL FAQ’s for EU students page, which provides practical advice for EU students on a range of issues including immigration status; working and studying in the UK; and student wellbeing and support.
Please also read this page regarding the UK government’s EU Settlement Scheme, which will allow EU citizens to continue to study, work and live in the UK post-Brexit.
As ever, we continue to value all members of the UCL Faculty of Laws community, past, present and future, and will further update this page over the coming weeks and months when more information becomes available.
Professor Piet Eeckhout
UCL Faculty of Laws
This page was last updated on 1.04.2019.