They argue that EU funding for training programmes would be cut off in the event of Brexit.
They believe scientific research and exchange programmes associated with higher education would suffer due to the UK departing EU-funded and administered programmes.
They believe fewer EU students would come to the UK, harming universities.
They argue that young people from the UK can currently travel throughout the EU for educational purposes without visas or permits – this may be terminated if the UK votes to leave.
They argue that the money saved by leaving the EU could be used to fund a UK-only training programme.
They argue that leaving the EU will allow the UK to do collaborative scientific research in a more dynamic way.
They argue that any new UK relationship with the EU would likely preserve international education links.
They argue that EU students in the UK will be forced to pay full international student fees, benefiting universities.
They believe that free movement for educational purposes will likely be preserved post-Brexit.