University of Derby Vice-Chancellor, academics and students respond to the EU Referendum

11 July 2016

Date posted: 11 July 2016

University of Derby Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kathryn Mitchell, responds to the EU referendum and what this will mean for University of Derby students and staff.

Professor David Mayall, Head of Humanities at the University of Derby, reflects on Brexit for Times Higher Education.

Anandadeep Mandal, Academic Lead for Accounting, Finance and Economics at the University of Derby Online Learning, provides expert advice about the EU referendum.

Dr Eugene Michaels, Senior Lecturer in Economics, responded to the EU referendum outcome.

Logo used for the EU referendum

Trevor Williams, Visiting Professor at the University of Derby, considers the impact of the EU referendum on the economy.

EU referendum: An open letter to UK voters from leaders of 103 British universities, including Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kathryn Mitchell.

University of Derby students Helen Croft and Netty Mdluli comment about the effect Brexit will have on nursing and healthcare.

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