Friday 1 July 2016
In the light of the UK vote to leave the European Union, the Principal Professor Simon Gaskell issued a statement on what the referendum result means for the QMUL community, as well as reassuring our non-UK EU students that their fee status will remain unchanged for the duration of their course here. The Student Loans Company has also provided reassurance that loans and grants will be offered for the duration of these courses.
QMUL’s Mile End Institute organised ‘The EU Referendum: Morning after briefing’ with support from the Resolution Foundation. The panel was chaired by Matthew d'Ancona, a British journalist and the former deputy editor of The Sunday Telegraph. The event was recorded and can be watched here.