Posted 4 July 2016
Although the long term effects of the vote to leave the EU are unclear, it will not affect EU students currently studying at Harper Adams."
With the world’s population of 7.4 billion predicted to grow to more than nine billion by 2050, there is no more global issue than the creation of a sustainable food chain. It is perhaps the defining characteristic of our age, and ultimately, knows no borders.
Harper Adams is committed to addressing this global challenge and, as such, the University has a diverse student and academic community from not just the EU, but around the world.
The outcome of the Referendum, that Britain should leave the EU, does not change our requirement to operate on the international stage.
We recognise, however, that the Referendum result will cause uncertainty on the part of current and future EU students and this message seeks to reassure them.
Although the long term effects of the vote to leave the EU are unclear, it will not affect EU students currently studying at Harper Adams.
For students joining us in 2016, we commit to ensuring that their fees remain the same as those of our UK students during the course of their undergraduate programme.
As negotiations for the exit of the UK from the EU progress, we will keep students informed of the circumstances for study at Harper Adams University.
Any students with specific questions can contact our Admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org or read our further statement here.
The Student Loans Company has published advice about student finance for EU nationals, which you can read here.
Dr David Llewellyn,