27th June 2016

Statement from All Nations Christian College following the European Referendum Decision:

We at All Nations are a proudly international community of both full-time and part-time students. Our staff are also internationally experienced people, many of whom are either originally from other countries or have worked internationally for many years. This has been our history for over 50 years, and each year we comprise people from over 25 nations. This enriches the experience of inter-cultural engagement and learning. Our partnerships throughout Europe and beyond are really important to the life and vibrancy of All Nations, and we fully intend that to continue in the months and years ahead.

With the referendum decision of the UK people to exit from the European Union, we respectfully will continue to live and work from our campus in Hertfordshire, UK and we welcome students to join the various training programmes we offer, from within and beyond Europe. It is our hope and prayer that visas to study at All Nations will continue to be granted, and that our existing strong relationships with the relevant authorities will continue.

We have always been focused on building bridges across cultural divides, and we are passionately engaged in ensuring the very best learning opportunities continue at All Nations Christian College.
 

Andy Dipper
Principal and Chief Executive Officer

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