Jo Stevens

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I Confront Home Office on Erasmus+ Students


There are many thousands of international students in Cardiff Central and across the UK who benefit from the Erasmus+ programme as well as students from the UK who go to study at Universities abroad. I asked the Immigration Minister in the event of  Britain crashing out of the EU with ‘no deal’ could he give any reassurance to international students on Erasmus+ about what will happen to them on day of exit.

It is vital that students coming to the UK and UK students going abroad for the 2018/2019 academic year, which overlaps with our scheduled exit date from the EU, know what is going to happen to them. Yet again, it doesn’t look like the Government has any plan in place.

You can watch my question and the Minister’s response here;






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