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Welcome from the Vice Chancellor

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Over the course of the withdrawal process from the EU, we will provide updates on new information and announcements as they emerge from Government and official sources.

vice-chancellorThese pages are designed to give you authoritative information and to provide clarity to key questions you may have around areas such as leave to remain, employment rights, student visas and freedom of movement, and research funding.

For current students and staff only, you are welcome to submit a query to the Vice-Chancellor's Office. Although we cannot guarantee that we will be able to provide definitive answers at the point of responding, we will ensure that obtaining these answers remains a priority in our ongoing discussions with the Government, the EU Commission, and our wider HE colleagues. We will be using your questions to build a FAQ page to ensure that information we receive is shared with the whole University community.

I would like to take this opportunity to reassure you that the University of Greenwich remains first and foremost a global university committed to delivering high quality international education and research. Our community thrives on the diversity of our students and staff, many of whom originate from over 160 countries both within the EU and worldwide. The value of their knowledge, expertise, and experience is immeasurable, and I would like to reiterate my assurance that we will be working closely with Government and key sector bodies to ensure that all our EU staff and students remain welcome and valued.

Professor David Maguire