British universities have increased activity in Europe amid Brexit, but recruitment continues to be limited due to the UK's lack of post-study work visa according to delegates at the BUILA conference in Manchester.
UK university members of BUILA are liaising with counterparts in Europe to discuss a mobility plan B should the outcome of Brexit negotiations mean movement of students and staff is impacted negatively.
Higher education institutions looking to enrol international students should go to the source, according to TNE specialists speaking at the British University International Liaison Association conference.
The UK's education exports have been labelled a "growth success story" by Brian Johnson, Head of International HE Strategy, at BIS. Last week's BUILA's annual conference also delivered updates on UCAS's agent-friendly changes and Immigration Bill insight.