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EU Referendum Announcement from the Vice Chancellor

last modified Jun 24, 2016 09:44 AM

You will be aware of the referendum result in favour of leaving the European Union, and I appreciate that this is likely to be of concern to many within the University.

Many staff and students will have specific questions about how this affects them and their work. It is, at the moment, too early to say, and the implications of a withdrawal from the European Union are likely to take several years to work through.

The University will monitor developments closely, and maintain strong dialogue with the Government. It will consider and handle key issues, and provide guidance to different groups as soon as possible.

Further information will come from the Pro-Vice-Chancellors for Research, Institutional and International Relations, and Education, and will also be posted to prominent sections of the University website.

In the meantime we will continue to work together in our EU partnerships, and find the best way ahead so that our globally important research continues to tackle the issues we face today and in the future.

As details become available we will continue to update you and let you know where you can find further information.

 

L K Borysiewicz

Vice-Chancellor

Vice-Chancellor’s Office | The University of Cambridge | The Old Schools | Trinity Lane | Cambridge | CB2 1TN

See www.cam.ac.uk

 

 

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