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Doors kept open to EU students after Brexit.

Doors kept open to EU students after Brexit.

The door has been left open for EU students to come to UK universities after Brexit, according to the government's plans for the UK's future relationship with the EU.

Or you might choose another metaphor, because the language of the Brexit White Paper leaves much vagueness for interpretation.

For a report about the movement of people, it is much more about a direction of travel than a destination.

It makes clear that "free movement" will end, but the future arrangements will "facilitate mobility for students" so they can "benefit from world leading universities".

This would allow "streamlined" movement back and forth between the EU and UK - and not just for university but also for "cultural experiences".

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