EU Academic Staff

Matthew Taylor made this Freedom of Information request to University of Exeter

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Dear University of Exeter FOI Team,

Some time ago, I wrote to you about the difficulties of recruiting academic staff from the EU in the current political climate. I am concerned, but hopeful that Exeter has been able to continue to recruit EU staff in significant numbers.

I was wondering if you would be able to tell me:

1) How many new EU academic staff the university has been able to recruit over the last year
2) How many EU academic staff have left the university over the same time period
3) The overall number of EU academic staff currently working at Exeter (this one is less important)

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks,
Matthew Taylor

Data Protection & Freedom of Information, University of Exeter

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Dear Matthew,

 

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Dear Matthew,   

 

Please find the University's response to your Freedom of Information
Request attached.

 

Kind regards,

Information Governance Officer

University of Exeter
http://www.exeter.ac.uk/foi/summary/
Lafrowda House, St. German’s Road, Exeter, EX4 6TL

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Dear Exeter FOI Team,

Many thanks for your quick reply.

I am very glad to see that Exeter has been able to recruit and maintain such a high level of EU academic staff.

All the best,
Matthew Taylor