Science and engineering are international endeavours and therefore the 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.
13 March 2019
Set against the backdrop of ongoing political uncertainty, today’s Spring Statement saw welcome steps and missed opportunities for science and engineering.
08 February 2019
James Tooze reflects on a big few months for UK immigration policy
19 December 2018
As CaSE has argued, the UK's migration environment is a vital part of the UK's competitiveness in science and engineering
05 December 2018
Deputy Director Naomi Weir on CaSE's new immigration policy briefing and the need to develop a migration system that works for science and engineering.