Trinity likely to be hardest hit by disruption to flow of students after Brexit

Ireland“The flow of almost 3,400 students across the Border may reduce significantly following Brexit, according to analysis by UK and Irish higher education authorities. In the Republic, Trinity College Dublin would be most vulnerable to a reduction in number on the basis that it is the most popular choice for undergraduates resident in the North …” (more)

[Carl O’Brien, Irish Times, 13 December]

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One Response to “Trinity likely to be hardest hit by disruption to flow of students after Brexit”

  1. Cormac Says:

    Since students from the North pay the same fees as those from the south, the net effect will just be that Trinity takes more students from the south

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