Join us on 25th November for an update on student work visas post-Brexit and what these outcomes mean for Scotland’s digital tech sector. At this session we
Join us on 25th November for an update on student work visas post-Brexit and what these outcomes mean for Scotland’s digital tech sector.
At this session we will hear from experts on the possibilities for the digital and tech sector for trade moving forward when it comes to migration policy. Graduates are a key part of the digital and tech sector, and ScotlandIS supports a system that continues to have flexibility for EU graduates who want to work in Scotland’s tech sector.
We will be joined by:
- A representative from the UK Home Office – providing an update on negotiations and what you can do now to prepare.
- Jacqueline Moore from Shepherd and Wedderburn – providing an employers perspective on the availability of EU graduate talent.
- Fraser Grier, Ambassador, Scottish Business Network and Immigration Specialist – discussing attracting US talent to Scotland, in addition to the proposed UK-US trade deal and the possibility of free movement.
ScotlandIS has been working at both a Scottish and UK Government level to ensure that the voice of the industry is heard as Brexit negotiations take place and that appropriate guidance is available to the sector.
(Wednesday) 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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