Keele and the EU
At Keele we pride ourselves in our friendly and supportive community that has a genuine sense of inclusiveness.
The work we do does not recognise national boundaries and is all the better for that. We are therefore fully committed to ensuring that Keele remains the welcoming community for people from every nation that it has always been, regardless of national or local political movements.
Following a public referendum in June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union. The UK will formally leave the EU at 23:00 the 31st January 2020. The UK and the EU has agreed a withdrawal agreement which was finalised and signed on 24th January. Following the 31st January 2020, the UK and the EU will be in a withdrawal period which is expected to end on 31st December 2020. The UK will remain under EU law until the withdrawal period ends.
For the most up to date information regarding Brexit, please visit the UK Government's dedicated webpages https://www.gov.uk/brexit
These pages were last updated January 2020
Further information on the UK's withdrawl from the EU can be found
Universities UK (UUK) has also released some guidance regarding Higher Education and Brexit
If you are a student and require support, please contact Student Services in the Tawney Building here
If you are a member of staff and require support, please contact your HR advisor.