EU Referendum


EUSA's student council and the University of Edinburgh are both backing a remain vote in the EU Referendum on 23 June. Here are just some of the reasons why:


  • The University of Edinburgh receives £45 million of research funding from the EU each year
  • 1,100 University of Edinburgh students participated on the EU funded Erasmus+ programme last year
  • Freedom of movement means that EU students can live and work in any country in the EU without a visa


For these reasons and more, vote to remain in the EU! Click here to read an open letter to students from 2015/16 EUSA President Jonny Ross-Tatam and University of Edinburgh Principal Professor Sir Timothy O'Shea.