Modeling saved under the British Government wrappers For almost two years it considers that Brexit could cost the Universities of the Nation almost two thirds of their registration of students from the European Union and 63 million pounds ($ 87 million) in A year, but that the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge will increase their income.

Following Brexit, EU Students have lost their access to British student loans and, in addition, will no longer be subject to the same layers of automatic registration rates as students of origin, which means They will probably face the rates in advance and that universities can be charged the full rates much higher. No The EU Overseas Students.

The report for the Department of Education, prepared by the London economy, models the potential impact at British universities E.U. Undergraduate and graduate recruitment of those changes, together with that of E.U. Students who have the same limited possession rights to work in Great Britain as not E.U. Students, and the same restrictions on their rights to bring the family to Great Britain as not E.U. students.

last year, the Department of Education rejected a request for freedom of information from higher education times to release the report, saying that "with discussions with the US throughout our future business relationship in Course, there are reasonable reasons to delay the publication in this case to avoid it by affecting our future negotiations. "

The report, originally scheduled for publication in April 2019, has now been published, following the end of the trade negotiations of the British Government with the EU

the report provides data on University Revenue and EU Student numbers to produce data on the amount of money from universities earn from that source, and models the future potential impact on EU Student demand when observing the impact that the movement of a fee in advance to a loan system in 2006 had in recruitment.

Taking all four changes for E.U. Students together, the "Estimated Combined Impact of All These Policy Changes would be to reduce the EU enrollment rate revenues at approximately £ 62.5 million, with 35,540 (57 percent) less first-year EU inscriptions", concludes The report.

The report takes into account that, while, although E.U. It is likely that the students' demand falls, universities will be able to compensate that when loading higher rates.

, but it also makes it clear that "the impact added in the rate income masks is a significant variation" in different types of universities.

The report uses a previous analysis that brings together the universities of the United Kingdom in four "groups". According to this previous analysis, "Oxford and Cambridge" emerge as an elite level '(Cluster 1), with the remaining universities of the Russell Group essentially undifferentiated from most other universities before 1992 (groups 2 and 3), "but" With about a quarter of post-1992 universities that form a 'lower lower level' (group 4), "says the report. (The Russell Group is an organization of research universities).

The Report, which uses several scenarios for how many and what universities are in each cluster, explores how demand is likely to vary with the groups, in which universities have different levels of the EU. Recruitment and different strengths prestigious.

concludes that universities in cluster 1 "would benefit in total; While institutions in groups 2, 3 and 4 would be worse. "

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