What does Brexit mean for you and Summer Boarding Courses?
The UK is due to remain part of Europe until 29th March 2019.
As Teresa May continues to negotiate a deal, MPs are now not expected to vote again on the deal until 12th March.
If the UK reaches an agreement within the EU before this date, we will enter a transition period. This transition period would start from 30th March 2019 and end on the 31st December 2020.
Assuming that the transition period is indeed confirmed and goes ahead, there will be no change to visa requirements during this time.
All of you who will be joining Summer Boarding Courses from the EU will be able to enter the UK without needing immigration permission.
We recommend that your passport is up-to-date and has at least 6 months validity left from the start of the transition period for now.
A transitional period has been announced from the Government.
If you are coming to the UK from the EU or EEA for under 3 months, you can enter as you do now.
Until 31st December 2020, EU citizens will be able to enter the UK by showing either a valid national identity card or a passport.
This is excellent news for all of you who wish to experience the maximum time that you can with us.
This is up to 4 weeks at SBC Oxford, up to 5 weeks at SBC Canford and Headington Oxford and up to 6 weeks at Oxford College.
Find out more about all 4 of our campuses here