Strathclyde is well-recognised for its global outlook and the diverse, international make up of our student and staff communities.
Staff will be aware of the outcome of the referendum and the UK's decision to leave the EU. The formal consequence of this decision will be subject to a process of negotiation over the coming years.
Throughout the transition, our focus will be on ensuring we continue to offer an environment that is international in outlook, well-funded, and an attractive destination for talented staff from across Europe and beyond.
All of our staff are very important to us and we look forward to welcoming many more from across the globe in the future.
We are working with the Scottish Government to protect the benefits of EU membership.
Message from Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Principal and Vice-Chancellor
Professor Sir Jim McDonald sent a message to all staff on 24 June 2016, entitled 'Statement on the Outcome of the European Union Referendum'.
Latest Information and Archive of Staff Communications
Update for prospective Strathclyde EU citizen staff: 1 March 2018
The UK and EU are currently negotiating the terms of a 'transition' period, following withdrawal of the UK from the EU. For EU citizens who are moving to the UK to work at Strathclyde during that period, the current proposals would mean that EU citizens and their family members will be able to move to the UK during the implementation period on the same basis as they do now. The proposals include a registration period for those who choose to stay for more than three months. The immigration rules which will apply after this period are yet to be confirmed.
Staff Resources on Brexit
Information sessions for staff were held and conducted by Thorntons Law in December 2016, together with individual one to one appointments with immigration solicitors for EEA staff to seek advice. A full copy of the presentation slides have been made available to all attendees, entitled 'Brexit Implications for EEA Nationals'.
A further information session run by Thorntons Law took place in May 2018, supported by presentation slides entitled 'Brexit: Implications for EEA staff'.
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