Brexit and UAL
Information about the impact of the EU referendum (Brexit) at UAL.
Currently, there is no change to the status of EU/EEA/Swiss nationals living, working or studying in the UK.
UAL has nearly 3 times the UK average of EU students and nearly 16% of our staff come from the EU. We value the diversity of our students and staff and we are committed to ensuring an inclusive and supportive environment for all who study and work with us. We also value our place in the European cultural environment and believe that knowledge, collaboration and scholarship are borderless.
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. Indications suggest that it will take at least two years from the date of the UK Government triggering Article 50 and formally notifying the EU of the intention to withdraw.
The UK remains a full, participating member state of the EU until Article 50 negotiations are complete.