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Brexit in HE: Three key issues for audit committees

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The column inches written about Brexit, whether ‘hard’ or ‘soft’, and its potential implications for the higher education sector, may well already reach across the channel (and quite possibly back again). Indeed, a significant amount of uncertainty can be expected to continue at the very least until the end of the two-year negotiation period once Article 50 has been triggered and more likely well beyond.

So, in the face of such uncertainty and risks to movement of staff and students, and to research and exchange collaborations, how should audit committees respond and what questions should they ask of their institutions?

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