Making sense of Brexit; where are we now for the higher education sector?
If the ongoing UK/EU negotiations are feeling like a dark art, this session will shine some light. By popular demand, the next in our popular Time to Talk series with international law firm Clyde & Co will focus on Brexit and its practical impact on the higher education sector.
Led by Clyde & Co partner and co-head of global education David Hansom, this session will cover:
Update on the current negotiations, state of play and direction of travel
What happens, when, in a 'no deal' outcome? What are the impacts on EU funding, state aid regulation, current projects, procurements activity and student recruitment?
What to do now. Many institutions have already undertaken Brexit resilience work to examine their supply chains and put contingencies in place. What are the other practical solutions to the uncertainty?
Questions and answers
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