As I write this the votes have been counted and the internet is abuzz with reactions to the EU Referendum. Now that the UK’s exit from the EU is inevitable, the Education Sector has to ask itself: where do we go from here?
The result may not be what London voted for, but the capital has been outvoted by its country. Linking London has collated the reactions of partner institutions, the educational press, and other significant sector institutions, so that readers can follow the ongoing HE and FE discussion, as we all forge a path forward in the wake of the result.
The Russell Group
King’s College London
Birkbeck University of London
Central School of Speech and Drama
Wonkhe – live blog
Wonkhe – The morning after the referendum the night before
THE – Brexit vote sparks huge uncertainty for UK universities
The Telegraph – EU referendum: How the results compare to the UK’s educated, old and immigrant populations
The Independent – EU referendum: Half of top UK graduate employers will cut recruitment in case of Brexit result
The Independent – Academics fear new Brexit – a brain exit – after referendum vote
Moving On Magazine – With the UK having voted to leave the EU, how will Brexit affect apprenticeships?
TES – Don’t let Brexit delay the apprenticeship levy, warns the AELP
FE News – How will Brexit affect the FE sector?
Universities UK statement on the outcome of the EU referendum
NUS responds to EU Referendum result
AoC response to EU referendum result