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Brexit guidance for current and prospective staff

At St Mary’s, we know that recruiting the best talent into the Higher Education sector means accessing the widest possible network of talent. To that end, we consistently work to ensure the diversity of our candidates and we reflect this in the way we promote, recruit, and select candidates.

St Mary’s also believes that diverse candidates benefit the sector as diverse talent draws from a range of backgrounds and experiences, and this helps the sector to better represent the communities that it serves.

As Brexit continues, we remain committed to welcoming staff and students from Europe and around the globe. Brexit doesn’t change how we value our international community, but we know that it’s created some uncertainty. We hope that this information will help with any questions you may have about applying to work at St Mary’s.

We recommend visiting the Prepare for EU Exit government website, which holds all the latest advice for individuals, UK nationals in the EU, EU nationals in the UK and businesses.

There will be no change to the rights and status of EEA and Swiss nationals currently living in the UK until 31 December 2020 if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. To continue living, working and studying in the UK, EU Nationals are encouraged to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Please note: this content is correct at the time of writing 23rd January 2020.