Over the coming hours, days and weeks there will no doubt be continued frenzied speculation as to what happens next, including the prospect of no deal being reached.
As a University, we will continue to support our staff and our students through these uncertain times, providing information and guidance when and where we can.
Cranfield is a global university. Our outlook is reflected in our teaching and research, whether that is through our global partnerships with business or other universities, or whether that is in the make-up of our staff and the students who come to Cranfield from hundreds of countries across the world.
We do not know where the political situation will take us next but we do know that our core values as a global university will not change.
These are uncertain times and, as a University, we will continue to strive for the best outcomes for our staff, our students and our partners in business and government.
Notes for editors
Universities UK have stated that “even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, governments across the UK have confirmed that EU students starting in 2019/20 will still be eligible for home fee status and for financial support as per existing rules”.
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Universities UK have also produced a helpful ‘frequently asked questions’ section on their website
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