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How will exiting the European Union affect the UK's education system? Read analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on the impact of Brexit.
Research briefing on Impact of exiting the EU on higher educationGives an overview of issues and outlines parliamentary debate
Inquiry on impact of exiting the EU on higher educationEducation Committee inquiry examines possible Brexit effects on UK university reputation, EU students and staff
Support for scienceThe EU is a major source of funding for research and the Higher Education and Research Bill will make structural changes to the science support structures
Exiting the EU and science and researchInformation produced ahead of the debate on 19 December 2016
Implications and opportunities for science and researchWhat are the risks and opportunities for the mobility of scientists, collaborative research, funding, access to facilities, regulation, private sector investment, administrative burdens/costs?
Potential impact on funding for universities and scientific researchLooks at current university and research funding in the UK and some of the key issues raised following the referendum result
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