You can now download the presentation slides from the immigration information session held on Thursday 27 April 2017.
The government has confirmed that EU students will continue to remain eligible for undergraduate, Masters, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support in the academic year 2018 to 2019.
The Vice-Chancellor's Leader Column from the forthcoming Reporter.
Find out more about the post-Brexit EU research funding landscape from our EU Research Development team.
You can now download the collected Q&As and presentation slides from the immigration information sessions held in September, which discussed the implications of the Brexit vote.
The government has announced that European Union students applying for university places in the 2017/2018 academic year will still have access to student funding support.
HR has arranged two information sessions for staff who may be concerned or have queries about the effect of the Brexit vote on immigration matters.
British businesses and universities have been given certainty over future funding and should continue to bid for competitive EU funds while the UK remains a member of the EU.
The University's Occupational Health Service has compiled a guide to tools and strategies which may help staff to cope with the change and uncertainty arising from the Brexit vote.
What effect has the Brexit vote had on you and your research at Leeds? The EU Research Funding team in RIS would love to hear from all academic and research staff.