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    Good morning everyone
    I am a Dutch student who will study economics at Warwick University next year.
    I have always wanted to work in England (London to be precise) and I don't know much about the consequences of the Brexit. Can I get a job in England with an english degree even or do I have to apply for the BritishI nationality? It's confusing since I don't know how it will affect the labor market in England and in Europe.
    Thank you.
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    You'll be fine. You will still be able to study and work here without british nationality.
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    (Original post by cobracorvette)
    Good morning everyone
    I am a Dutch student who will study economics at Warwick University next year.
    I have always wanted to work in England (London to be precise) and I don't know much about the consequences of the Brexit. Can I get a job in England with an english degree even or do I have to apply for the BritishI nationality? It's confusing since I don't know how it will affect the labor market in England and in Europe.
    Thank you.
    I'll be honest mate, no one knows as the details of the trade agreement between the eu and the uk which may or may not include free movement of people. So anyone claiming to know, cannot tell u. I'm sure your university will help u to understand whats going on when the trade agreement is made. Good luck
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    It will take about 2-3 years to fully leave the EU, when are you thinking of applying for a job?


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    (Original post by Omarsohail)
    It will take about 2-3 years to fully leave the EU, when are you thinking of applying for a job?


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    I'd like to work in the UK after I get my bachelor of economics in Warwick University.
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    (Original post by LiquidGold)
    You'll be fine. You will still be able to study and work here without british nationality.
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    I'll be honest mate, no one knows as the details of the trade agreement between the eu and the uk which may or may not include free movement of people. So anyone claiming to know, cannot tell u. I'm sure your university will help u to understand whats going on when the trade agreement is made. Good luck
    (Original post by Omarsohail)
    It will take about 2-3 years to fully leave the EU, when are you thinking of applying for a job?

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    Do you guys know about non-EU countries? How will their chances of getting a job be affected?
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    I'm pretty sure you will be fine!!!! You may have to obtain a visa, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet...
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    (Original post by cobracorvette)
    Good morning everyone
    I am a Dutch student who will study economics at Warwick University next year.
    I have always wanted to work in England (London to be precise) and I don't know much about the consequences of the Brexit. Can I get a job in England with an english degree even or do I have to apply for the BritishI nationality? It's confusing since I don't know how it will affect the labor market in England and in Europe.
    Thank you.
    We don't know yet whether free movement of people will continue to apply when you graduate. My best advice is to make yourself as employable as possible- get work experience, develop your soft skills (teamwork e.c.t) to put yourself in the strongest possible position after graduation.
 
 
 
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