EU Referendum: message from the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge

In light of the uncertainty generated by the result of the EU Referendum the College would like to reassure current and prospective students, academics, staff and alumni that there is no immediate impact on the College or on the provision of College support for Fellows, staff and students.

The College is a welcoming institution open to people from the UK, from our European neighbours – indeed from all over the world. Trinity is a cosmopolitan centre of learning that over hundreds of years has developed an international ethos – attracting bright minds with the potential to thrive, and ultimately give back to society, from across the globe. We are strongly committed to the fertile exchange of people and ideas between the UK and the international community.

The College would like to draw attention to the statement by the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, and to finance information for EU undergraduate students.

Sir Gregory Winter

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