The University’s position on the upcoming EU Referendum


March 30th, 2016

On Thursday 23 June, the UK will hold a referendum on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union.

The decision voters reach in June will have wide-ranging implications for our 7,300 staff and 30,000 students in the UK, and for the wider community we serve through our world-changing research, the talent we nurture and the economic growth we promote.

Following consideration by University Council, The University of Nottingham has set out a formal position on the upcoming referendum. Visit the website to read about this position and find useful links for staff and students around the EU Referendum.

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