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Links to further guidance

Here are some useful links to various websites for the latest information.

General information

  • The transition period after Brexit finishes at the end of 2020. Check the new rules from January 2021 and act now by going to the GOV.UK Transition webpage.
  • See UK.GOV for more details about the new UK points-based immigration system.
  • Travel to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein will change from 1 January 2021. The GOV.UK website has up-to-date advice.
  • For guidance on healthcare for EU and EFTA citizens living in the UK, please see the GOV.UK web page.
  • If the ongoing Brexit uncertainty is causing students any concern and affecting their wellbeing, they can find support via our HealthyDMU Hub. The Hub will provide quick access to booking appointments, activities and hints and tips about staying well.
  • The International Student Support team can also advise on many of the issues related to living and studying at DMU. More information is available by emailing iss@dmu.ac.uk. Alternatively, book an appointment through MyGateway.

Information for students

  • For advice on what citizens of the EU and EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) who are studying or planning to study in the UK should consider – including changes to fees and funding – go to the GOV.UK Studying in the UK web page.
  • Universities UK has an extensive Brexit FAQs page with the latest information on study access to the UK, tuition fees, loans and grants, Erasmus +, research and innovation.
  • The British Council has a helpful summary of EU student advice.
  • The Office for Students (OfS) has a web page for students from the EU studying an undergraduate or postgraduate course in the UK.
  • The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) also has information and advice about Brexit and immigration for current and prospective international students.

DMU Global and Erasmus+

  • For the latest information on DMU Global, please go to the landing page.
  • Find out about changes to the Erasmus+ programme at GOV.UK.

Information for prospective and existing staff

  • Should you wish to join the DMU workforce, further information regarding our vacancies and right to work checks can be found on our recruitment page.
  • The UK has left the EU and the transition period will come to an end on 31 December 2020. Review the new rules from January 2021 and act now by going to the GOV.UK Transition webpage.
  • For more information about the UK points-based immigration system please visit UK.GOV
  • Travel to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein will change from 1 January 2021. The GOV.UK website has up-to-date advice.
  • For guidance on healthcare for EU and EFTA citizens living in the UK, please see the GOV.UK webpage.
  • If the ongoing Brexit uncertainty is causing staff any concern and affecting their wellbeing, they can find support via our Employee Assistance Programme
  • The HR Enquires Team can also provide guidance in relation to employment related Brexit queries and they can be contacted on: hrenquiries@dmu.ac.uk.