Frequently Asked Questions

The University of Exeter is a global institution, welcoming students and colleagues from around the world. Supporting students and colleagues through the Brexit process is our top priority, and we endeavour to provide you with the very latest information and advice. These pages provide a range of Frequently Asked Questions, as well as links to further information. If you have any concerns about Brexit, please contact us at Brexit@exeter.ac.uk. You may also find additional information on the Universities UK webpages.  The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) has also developed FAQs for students currently in the UK or coming in 2019/20for students intending to study in the UK in 2020/21, and for students intending to study in the UK in 2021/22, which you may find helpful.

For advice on prescription medicines and medical products please do check the latest NHS guidance.

The UK’s withdrawal from the EU has been delayed, and is now set to take place on 31 January 2020. An 11-month transition period is due to come into force after the UK formally leaves the EU on 31 January. This provides time for negotiations over the future relationship to take place while the UK remains in the EU's single market and customs union but will not have a seat in any of the decision-making institutions. Planning for all eventualities continues at the University, and we’ll continue to keep you fully updated.

Last updated: 17 December 2019