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UK students need to know whether they will still have access to something like the Erasmus scheme, which, since , has allowed more than , students to study in Europe as part of their UK degree. All we can ever safely conclude is that more votes were cast on one side than another. A second is that EU students are charged the higher overseas fees but students continue to enrol in good numbers, leading to a rare Brexit bonus. Vulture capital, no doubt, is already testing out the thermals, ready to swoop. But we can be pretty sure that at most only a modest number of people cast their vote with the express intention of wrecking British universities. If demand also falls as a result of the country feeling less welcoming to those from abroad, UK higher education is looking into the abyss. Many are locked into the decision to increase student numbers and improve facilities, with half-finished buildings on every campus.

One possibility is that nothing much changes, with a deal on EU student fees and overall student recruitment in all categories bumps along as is. I managed to go about 30 minutes without thinking about Brexit. Loading comments… Trouble loading? But we can be pretty sure that at most only a modest number of people cast their vote with the express intention of wrecking British universities. Suspend expensive new initiatives; build up cash reserves; be ready to react swiftly when there is greater certainty. What fees will EU students be charged? But if I can stop shaking my head long enough, I want to ruminate on what this expression of the will of the people means for universities. Consider opportunities and fees for students.

They intended to send him a message to watch his step, by engineering a vote in which he would squeak through with a tiny majority. All we can ever safely conclude is that more votes were cast on one side than another.

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Making the year abroad more rilm could be the kiss of death for language degrees, which are already struggling. Suspend expensive new initiatives; build up cash reserves; be ready to react swiftly when there is greater certainty. As Brexit creeps closer, what are the consequences for universities?

I managed to go about 30 minutes without thinking about Brexit. Loading comments… Trouble loading? The sensible thing is to stay as flexible as possible.

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Show 25 25 50 All. There are two momentous questions for the recruitment of all students. One possibility is that nothing much changes, with a deal on EU student fees and overall student recruitment in all categories bumps along as is.

If demand also falls as a result of the country feeling less welcoming to those from abroad, UK higher education is looking into the abyss. Brexit morning brought this memory flooding back.

But we can be pretty sure that at most only a modest number of people cast their vote with the express intention of wrecking British universities. Vulture capital, no doubt, is already testing out the thermals, ready to swoop.

The staggering thing is that cilm many areas we still have no idea. This was supported by borrowing, backed up with projections of ever-increasing student numbers to pay off the debt. Order by newest oldest recommendations. If revenue plummets, they will be in a much bigger crisis than they are letting on, perhaps having to sell and lease back their meagre assets to service debt.

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How can a university plan in the face of such uncertainty?

Many are locked into the decision to increase student numbers and improve facilities, with half-finished buildings on every campus. UK students need to know whether they will still have access to something like the Erasmus scheme, which, sincehas allowed more thanstudents to study in Europe as part of their UK degree.

Might be a new record for me. Higheer collapsed expanded unthreaded. A third is that fees are raised, choking off EU demand, especially with competition from cheap programmes in English in Germany, Holland and elsewhere.

Was it really the ‘will of the people’ to wreck British universities?

But if I horrjs stop shaking my head long enough, I want to ruminate on what this expression of the will of the people means for universities. I once witnessed a student society unanimously vote to fire an employee, even though no one really wanted him gone. What fees will EU students be charged?

Higher education Universities Brexit Students comment. And will non-EU students still find the UK appealing?

A second is that EU students are charged the higher overseas fees but students continue to enrol in good numbers, leading to a rare Brexit bonus. We can model, but prediction is no more than a punt at the moment. Consider opportunities and fees for horeis. Most universities have inadvertently done the opposite.