Brexit: information and updates for staff

We are a global University, and our international staff and students contribute hugely to all that we stand for. This will not change. However, we recognise that the uncertainties around Brexit and its possible ramifications are a source of continuing anxiety for our staff and students and their families and friends.

We are working with the Russell Group, Universities UK and other groups to seek clarification and to lobby Whitehall on the most pressing questions, including around continued student and staff mobility, the ongoing fee status, and access to research funding.

This page features links to information and advice for staff and to statements and updates on the impact of the referendum on universities. We will add more information as it becomes available. You can find a similar resource for students on the SRAA pages.

Information and advice

What to do if you're worried about racism following the EU referendum (PDF): Factsheet from the Equality and Human Rights Commission 

Guidance from the government on applying to settle in the UK (But please note that current government advice is that 'There is no need for EU citizens living in the UK to do anything now, including applying for a permanent residence document').

Information from the government on applying for British Citizenship
(For advice from the University about British Citizenship, please contact Richard Boyce, Resourcing Manager, Human Resources.)  

For specific enquiries or advice, please contact the following:

Status of EU citizens in the UK

What you need to know: the government's advice and information page, regularly updated.

Universities UK (UUK) Brexit FAQs

A regularly updated resource from Universities UK on Brexit and higher education.

Bristol research and Brexit

Find out about the research that Bristol's academics are conducting on the many aspects and possible implications of Brexit.

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