Brexit; What now for Study Mobility between the EU and the UK?

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James, C. (2016). Brexit; What now for Study Mobility between the EU and the UK? Pecs Journal of International and European Law. 2016 (2).
AuthorsJames, C.
Abstract

In the referendum held on 23 June 2016 the UK voted to leave the EU. This momentous change is unlikely to come to pass for some time, but has significant implications for study mobility between the UK and the EU. The article considers the legal position of UK national degree mobile students studying in EU member states and EU national degree mobile students studying in the UK, and how EU law developed to encompass and facilitate such mobility. Different ways in which the current position may change are then considered, depending on whether the UK does or does not remain in the EEA or adopts a Swiss style relationship with the EU. The focus then turns to credit mobility and in particular, credit mobility under the aegis of the Erasmus Programme. The development and operation of the Erasmus Programme is explained and again the prospects for the UK’s continued participation in the Erasmus Programme are considered on the basis of differing potential post-Brexit relationships between the UK and the EU.

Year2016
JournalPecs Journal of International and European Law
Journal citation2016 (2)
PublisherCentre for European Research and Education of the Faculty of Law of the University of Pécs
ISSN2064-9401
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Print01 Oct 2016
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Deposited21 Mar 2017
Accepted01 Oct 2016
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