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EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee
The deadline for submissions has now passed. Contact the Committee Assistant if you still wish to make a submission.
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee has launched an inquiry into the UK's future participation in the EU student exchange programme and EU funding for university research through the Horizon programme. The inquiry will focus on the short- and long-term impact of leaving the EU on the UK's participation in both programmes. The Committee is interested in how changes to the UK's association with these programmes might affect UK students, researchers, and universities. This includes in the event of no deal or, should agreement be reached, after the Brexit transition period.
Evidence given by Dr Beth Thompson MBE, Head of UK & EU Policy, Wellcome Trust; Vivienne Stern, Director, Universities UK International.
Room 3, Palace of Westminster
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 12 December at 10.40am