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Vice-Chancellor of Canterbury Christ Church University, Professor Rama Thirunamachandran, said::
“The University is considering carefully the implications of the vote to leave the European Union, some of which will not become clear for many months. However, we do know that the result of the referendum will not lead to changes overnight. At this time we particularly wish to reassure our current staff and students from other EU countries that their status remains unaltered until any changes are agreed by the UK Government as part of the exit negotiations. We also wish to say that we continue to welcome applications from students in other EU countries, whose entitlement to come to study in the UK, and to access student finance remains unchanged.
“We value enormously the contribution that all our students and staff from all parts of the world make to our community, and we remain fully committed to being an international University.”
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