The UK Government now has a webpage with the latest information about the status of EU nationals in the UK. The webpage will be regularly updated as negotiations progress. The webpage includes the UK Government’s policy document, which outlines a proposed offer to EU citizens resident in this country at the time of Brexit.
There will not be any immediate change to:
- the immigration status of EU staff
- our participation in EU programmes such as Horizon 2020
Workshops and briefing sessions for EU staff
Eversheds Sutherland, an international law firm specialising in immigration law, delivered workshops and briefing sessions in October 2016 and May 2017 to support our EU staff and students through their own application process for permanent residency and naturalisation as a British Citizen. Watch a recording of the sessions on our dedicated QMplus Hub (please search for 'EU Referendum' under 'Groups', QMUL login required), along with slides and FAQs.
What our experts have to say
Visit our Brexit media pages for news and analysis from our Brexit and UK politics experts.
Got a question? Please contact your HR Partner.
You may also find it helpful to take a look at both the Russell Group and UUK's websites as sources of further information and to understand what sector bodies are doing to influence the government’s position.
Updates from the Principal to all staff regarding the EU referendum and Brexit can be found on the Principal’s webpage (QMUL login required).