Uncertainty plagues the fate of Erasmus Program for the UK students, as MPs have voted by 344 to 254 against a clause that would have urged the government to negotiate membership of the Erasmus Program after Brexit.
Brexit will hit every fifth international student, casting severe implications on the educational sector in the UK, a new survey by university ranking authority QS has found. Moreover, around 36 percent of international students would opt for studies in Britain if Brexit did not happen.
The United Kingdom is one of the top destinations for Pakistani students heading abroad to add to their academic credentials. And it’s understandable why. The UK has some of the oldest and most respected institutions in the world like Oxford, Cambridge, London School of Economics and Lincoln’s Inn, has plenty of expatriate population from the Indo-Pak subcontinent to make friends with and streets across many of its cities offer a variety of desi eatables should you feel the longing for culinary delights of back home.