How does the EU Referendum affect you, your clients and international travel?
It has been an interesting and eventful few days in Britain with the EU Referendum and its conclusion of Britain voting out of the EU.
We understand the concerns the #Brexit situation poses onto our clients and partners abroad and we acknowledge the uncertainty felt by so many of them.
In the past few days we have been receiving questions in respect of what this means for our clients and us - their service provider, and what does it mean for our future cooperation.
To answer those questions we put together this blog in effort to answer your questions using information from the relevant sources, with the most up to date content, and most importantly, facts relevant to the International travel industry.
We understand that our partners, clients and potential clients are concerned. We hope that our guidance in the current political and economic situation, which is directly impacting on us all, will bring some clarity and confidence in the continuous demand for our services and the English language travel. The English language remains one of the most commonly used languages in the world and there is a constant need for continuous education in English. Furthermore, the International market is showing no signs of slowing down. We continue receiving generous numbers in bookings both for the rest of 2016 as well as 2017, equally from individual students as well as groups, which demonstrates our partners' and their clients' firm confidence in the continuous English language travel.
This blog will be updated regularly with the information as the situation develops. The newest facts appear first. Click here to download the electronic version of this document :-
4. For students, visitors, businesses and entrepreneurs who are already in the UK or who wish to come here, there will be no immediate change to visa policies.
28 June 2016
3. EU students who are eligible under current rules to receive loans and grants will continue to do so for courses they are currently enrolled on or about to start this coming year. This includes the EU funded courses such as Erasmus.
The referendum result does not affect students studying in the EU, beneficiaries of Erasmus+ or those considering applying in 2017.
28 June 2016
2. It was announced that the current International travel situation is not going to change for the foreseeable future, which means EU travel as well as visa situation remains the same. 26 June 2016
1. Announcement of #Brexit
24 June 2016
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