Information about Brexit

Who may Brexit effect researchers and Erasmus students? Information and seminar!

Get to know more about the ongoing process of the UK’s negotiations to withdraw from the European Union.

A core function of the British Embassy in Sweden is to promote and support British research partnerships both within Sweden and into the UK.

You will know that the UK plans to leave the EU in an orderly manner at the end of March 2019, and that the UK wants a comprehensive positive future relationship with Sweden and our European neighbours. There is, however, some understandable concern about the possibility of a “no deal” Brexit.

I hope that the links below help you and your team ensure that you have the most up-to-date UK Government information. Those links are:

Brexit seminar at Spira 29th of March

Are you wondering how Brexit will influence Sweden and our companies? It will be a Brexit-seminar at Spira, only for students and staff at JU. The Swedish former politician Anders Borg will be there and give you his view of Brexit. Anneli Wengelin who is working at The National Board of Trade will present facts and numbers of how Swedish companies will be affected of Brexit.

Go to the registration.

Place: Kulturhuset Spira, Kulturgatan 3, Jönköping.
Date: Mars 29th
Time: 10:00-12:00. Coffee is served from 09:30.

The seminar is free of charge. Registration is binding.

Organizer: Regional Exportsamverkan – Jönköpings län

Enterprise Europe Network, Business Sweden, Almi, Exportkreditnämnden, Science Park, SEK, Region Jönköpings län och EU’s regionala utvecklingsfond.

Co-organizer: Svenskt Näringsliv och Företagarna.

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