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Brexit and King's

The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on 31 January 2020 under the terms of the withdrawal agreement, after which there will be a transition period, which is expected to continue until 31 December 2020. We understand that many King's students hoping to study abroad in Europe, and many European students hoping to study abroad at King's, will have questions relating to their mobility.

King's students already here or those hoping to start a degree with us in September 2020 will still be able to study abroad in Europe (if their degree programme allows it) and we want to reassure students starting in September 2020 that the opportunity to study in Europe as part of their degree programme will continue to be funded if we are unable to remain in the Erasmus+ programme.

If you are still unsure about anything please feel free to contact the Global Mobility Office

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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