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Meetings

Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

Note: Meeting Agenda can change at short notice. Particularly where future meeting dates are indicated more than a week in advance. Please check before planning to attend a Committee Meeting that the item you are interested in has not been moved.

Meeting: 03/04/2019 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 3)

3 Letter from the Minister for Education - clarification of the Welsh Government responses to the Committee’s Degrees of Separation report on the impact of Brexit on higher and further education.

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Meeting: 14/03/2019 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 3)

3 Letter from the Chair to the Minister for Education - Degrees of Separation? Welsh Government Response to the Committee Report

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Meeting: 21/02/2019 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 7)

7 Inquiry into the Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - discussion on the Welsh Government response

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Minutes:

7.1 The Committee considered the Welsh Government’s response. They agreed to write to the Minister for Education to clarify some of the details in the response.


Meeting: 14/11/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 4)

4 Letter from the Cabinet Secretary for Education - further information relating to an action arising from the Committee meeting on 20 September

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Meeting: 14/11/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 7)

Inquiry into the Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - consideration of the draft report

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Minutes:

7.1 Subject to minor amendments, the Committee agreed to draft report.


Meeting: 08/11/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 4)

4 Letter to the Cabinet Secretary for Education regarding the inquiry into the impact of Brexit of Higher and Further Education

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Meeting: 08/11/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 4)

4 Letter from the Cabinet Secretary for Education - further information following the meeting on 20 September

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Meeting: 24/10/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 3)

Inquiry into the Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - Consideration of the key issues

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Minutes:

3.1 The Committee considered the key issues. A draft report would be considered at the meeting on 14 November.


Meeting: 20/09/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 5)

5 Impact on Brexit on Higher and Further Education - Further from Cardiff University following the meeting on 12 July

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Meeting: 20/09/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 5)

5 Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - Further information from Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) following the meeting on 18 July

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Meeting: 20/09/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 4)

4 Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - evidence session 4

Kirsty Williams AM, Cabinet Secretary for Education

Eluned Morgan AM, Minister for Welsh Language and Lifelong Learning

Huw Morris, Group Director SHELL

Marie Knox, Deputy Director, European Transition

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Minutes:

4.1 The Committee heard evidence from the Cabinet Secretary and the Minister. They agreed to provide a note on the following:

 

The risk assessment exercises undertaken for HE and Fe in relation to Brexit and;

 

An analysis of how the additional £6.4 million to HEFCW has been allocated or spent in practise.

 


Meeting: 20/09/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 7)

Impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - consideration of the evidence

Minutes:

7.1 The Committee considered the evidence that they heard during the morning’s evidence session. 


Meeting: 18/07/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 5)

Inquiry into the impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - Consideration of the Evidence

Minutes:

5.1 The Committee considered the evidence from the session with HEFCW.


Meeting: 18/07/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 2)

2 Inquiry into the impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - evidence session 3

HEFCW

Dr David Blaney, Chief Executive

Bethan Owen, Director of Institutional Engagement

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Minutes:

2.1 The Committee heard evidence from HEFCW.

2.2 HEFCW agreed to provide a note on the comparison between the number of EU domiciled and international domiciled applicants to Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish higher education providers.

 


Meeting: 12/07/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 6)

Inquiry into the impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - consideration of the evidence

Minutes:

6.1 The Committee considered the evidence heard during the sessions.


Meeting: 12/07/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 2)

2 Inquiry into the impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - evidence session 1

Professor Nora de Leeuw, Pro Vice-Chancellor for International and Europe at Cardiff University

Professor Maria Hinfelaar, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of Glyndŵr University

Professor Medwin Hughes, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wales Trinity St David

Berwyn Davies, Head of Office - Welsh Higher Education Brussels

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Minutes:

2.1 The Committee heard evidence from Cardiff University, Glyndŵr University, University of Wales Trinity St David and Welsh Higher Education Brussels.


Meeting: 12/07/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 3)

3 Inquiry into the impact of Brexit on Higher and Further Education - evidence session 2

Mike James, Chief Executive Officer at Cardiff and Vale College

David Jones, Chief Executive of Coleg Cambria

Caroline James, Director of Finance at Pembrokeshire College

Claire Roberts, External Affairs Director - ColegauCymru

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Minutes:

3.1 The Committee heard evidence from Cardiff and Vale College, Coleg Cambria, Pembrokeshire College and ColegauCymru.


Meeting: 04/07/2018 - Children, Young People and Education Committee (Item 4)

Inquiry into the Impact of Brexit of Higher and Further Education - Roundtable Event (Invitee only)

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