EU referendum statement

Ashar Ehsan

Ravensbourne is a global, open and inclusive place of learning and our student community is enriched by students from Europe and other parts of the world.

With a strong history of welcoming students and industry partners from across the globe, the result of the recent referendum does not change our view.

We remain committed to reaching out to creative individuals and companies on the global stage.

Barring any unilateral action from the UK government, we do not forsee any immediate impact on current EU staff or students at Ravensbourne.

Current EU students with Ravensbourne

Our current EU students will retain the same fee status as home students and will continue to enjoy the benefits you do now.

Future EU students holding an offer at Ravensbourne

If you are holding an offer from Ravensbourne or have applied to study with us for 2016-17 or 2017-18 academic year, we remain committed to your offer and application. There is no reason to assume a change to your immigration status, nor to assume a change to your access to student finance within the UK.

Support for current and future EU students

You can gain advice from our Students Services team via, or call +44 (0)203 040 3501.

Further clarification on student loan funding for EU students can be gained from Student Loans company. Universities UK has also produced a Brexit FAQs (frequently asked questions) document which you may find helpful. The FAQ can be accessed here.

EU staff at Ravensbourne

Our commitment to EU staff is the same commitment to our EU students. Our staff help to create a thriving, learning, research and knowledge culture for Ravensbourne.

Professor Linda Drew