Engaging Effectively with European Partners (post-Brexit)

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Author(s)Alan Sherry, Dugald Craig

Objectives: -To explain the implications of Britain leaving the EU -To reinforce Scotland’s position in the context of “Brexit” -To look at how partnerships may be maintained and extended in the context of “Brexit”. Questions: 1. Does the UK leaving the European Union mean that there will be significantly less opportunities for institutions in other countries to partner with their peers in the UK? 2. Will the UK refrain from participating in the EQF? 3. Will the UK’s participation in international cooperation such as through EURASHE be reduced by the former’s exit from the European Union?

CategoriesMission of PHE » 2017 27th Annual Conference
TagsEURASHE, UAS, university of applied sciences, conference, 4.0, digitalisation, Brexit, cooperation, UK, United Kingdom