Brexit advice and FAQs

What leaving the EU means for your work or study at Loughborough University

Statement from the Vice Chancellor

VC Bob Allison
Professor Robert Allison Vice-Chancellor and President of Loughborough University

One of the University’s ambitions is to have a distinctive international reputation for excellence and we therefore recognise that international staff and students play an absolutely vital role in the ongoing and future success of the institution. We recognise that the Brexit discussions and the uncertainty around them is likely to be a cause for concern anyone affected.

Whilst we are not clear about the exact implications following Brexit, I can be very clear that the University is absolutely committed to supporting those affected, whether they are studying or working here. This website has been developed to help you to keep up to date with latest developments in the Brexit negotiations and to provide you with sources of advice.

I hope that you find the information on this website useful. We will continue to update it as and when more information becomes available so please check it regularly to ensure that you stay up to date with the latest information. 

Professor Robert Allison
Vice Chancellor

Brexit FAQ for applicants and students

What the EU referendum means for current and prospective students

Advice for staff

Guidance for staff and job applicants following the EU Referendum result


Advice for Loughborough University researchers on EU research funding