Brexit: information and updates for staff

We are working with the Russell Group, Universities UK and other groups to address the challenges posed by Brexit. This includes seeking clarification and lobbying Whitehall on the most pressing concerns for our staff and students, including around mobility, fees, travel arrangements and access to research funding.

Information and advice

For the lastest information, please see our Brexit Updates and Topic Briefings here. These are regularly updated and include advice on travel, insurance, procurement and links to useful resources.

The EU Settlement Scheme will open fully by 30 March 2019. You may be able to apply now if you meet the criteria.

Information from the government on applying for British Citizenship
(For advice from the University about British Citizenship, please contact Richard Boyce, Resourcing Manager, Human Resources.)  

What to do if you're worried about racism following the EU referendum (PDF): Factsheet from the Equality and Human Rights Commission 

For specific enquiries or advice, please contact the following:

For general queries or concerns about Brexit, please use We will pass your enquiry to the most appropriate team to respond to you.

There is also information for current and prospective students.

We are beginning to provide print and digital assets to help direct our community to the latest Brexit information online. This is for local use and includes posters and digital slides.

Status of EU citizens in the UK

What you need to know: the government's advice and information page, regularly updated.

Universities UK (UUK) Brexit FAQs and Guidance

Regularly-updated FAQs and ‌UUK Brexit Guidance (PDF, 113kB) for higher education.

Bristol research and Brexit

Find out about the research that Bristol's academics are conducting on the many aspects and possible implications of Brexit.

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