Brexit and EU citizens rights – a free event with translation into Polish and Spanish.
On Saturday 8th June Kevin Stewart MSP will hold an event in the Aberdeen Central Library, providing Information and Advice for EU citizens living in the area:
Are you an EU citizen living in Scotland? Do you want to know more about what Brexit will mean for you? Come along to this free event to get information and advice about EU citizens’ rights in Scotland after Brexit.
Find out more and book your place on the EU Citizens Rights Project Scotland page.
This event has been organised with the assistance of financial support from the Scottish Government.
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The Education Select Committee of the House of Commons has published a report on the opportunities and challenges for higher education posed by Brexit.
Concerned that the uncertainty surrounding Brexit could cause a “damaging brain drain”
Neil Carmichael MP, Chair of the Education Committee, said:
“Higher education in the UK is a world leader but Brexit risks damaging our international competitiveness and the long-term success of our universities. It’s welcome that EU students have been given some guarantees on their funding and loan access but the Government must act urgently to address the uncertainty over EU staff and avert the risk of a damaging ‘brain drain’ of talent from our shores. As we leave the European Union we now have the opportunity to reform our immigration system to ensure we reap the full rewards of the ability of our universities to attract the brightest and best students and staff from across the world.”
The full report is available here, a short summary here and the conclusions and recommendations here.