We are proud to be an international community that hugely values the contributions of our students and staff from all over the world.
Whilst we are still unclear about the UK’s position regarding its exit from the EU, we will continue to provide support and guidance to our students through what may be an uncertain period.
// Update: 14/01/2020
Following the General Election held on 12th December and the EU granting the UK a 3-month extension, the UK is expected to leave the EU at 23:00 GMT on 31st January 2020.
// You ARE Valued
Every single student, no matter where they are from and whether they’ve studied with us in the past, study with us now or will study with us in the future are valued by the entire team at WE Bridge Academy.
At the time of writing, the UK Parliament has not approved a Withdrawal Deal, so it is possible that the UK will leave the EU without a Deal, or a different agreement than currently proposed. It is important to bear in mind that the information presented below is the most accurate available at the time of writing but some of it is very likely to change as time goes on.
// Travelling to or from the UK
If you have already booked to travel, please check the Foreign Commonwealth Office website to ensure you are aware of any potential disruptions to your travel plans. There is also foreign travel advice available from the UK government website.
If you are an international student, please check any travel advice issued by your country.
If you are a British passport holder, the Government has provided an update on the travel implications of a No Deal Brexit. From 29th March, you must have at least six months left on your passport from your date of arrival in order to enter a EU country; use the online passport check to find out how much time is left on your passport and whether you will be able to travel to certain countries. Please refer to Passport rules for travel to Europe after Brexit for the most up-to-date information.
Page last updated: 14/01/2020