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The best and the brightest: EU students at UK universities and as highly skilled graduate workers in the UK

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Publication date

20 May 2016

Summary

The goal of this research brief is to demonstrate the importance of EU domiciled students for the higher education sector and the graduate labour market, and to provide insights into the potential repercussions of a decline in EU student recruitment and graduate retention due to Brexit related complications.

Subjects

Politics, Migration, Labour Market, Higher Education, and International Economic Relations

Links

https://www.iser.essex.ac.uk//files/news/2016/brexit/brightest-best-graduates-eu.pdf


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