What does Brexit mean for EU students?

‘We remain an international community where you find the world in one place’, said the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Essex Professor Anthony Forster in terms of UK’s withdrawal from the EU. However, with only five months left to go until Brexit, international students’ concerns grow bigger. Tuition fees, students loans and visas are among the most debated issues concerning EU students’ status after Brexit.  What are the main challenges students will have to face?

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Click on the video below to listen to the interview with Nikos Pothou, politics student from Greece, who is currently studying at the University of Essex.

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