Science and engineering are international endeavours and therefore the free movement of ideas and people plays a critical role in their success. Part of the reason for the UK’s global pre-eminence in these fields is our current and historical ability to attract the world’s most talented minds, from university students to experienced professionals.
Our work focuses on examining how changes to visa provisions, settlement rights and immigration caps, among other issues, may affect our members and the wider sector, and advocating for policies that would support a thriving sector.
05 December 2017
Read CaSE's response to the Migration Advisory Committee consultation inquiry into EEA-workers in the UK labour market.
29 November 2017
Maria de Kleijn, Senior Vice President of Analytical Services at Elsevier, summarises findings from their recent report on how the UK research compares to the rest of the world.
02 October 2017
Henry Lovett, Policy and Public Affairs Officer at The Physiological Society, reflects on the impacts that Brexit is already having on UK science.
06 September 2017
CaSE has called on the Government to formulate an immigration system based on the considerable available evidence of the UK's needs for excellence, skills, education and collaboration.