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King’s to set up Dresden campus

King’s College London plans to become the first university in the UK to open a campus in Europe after Brexit, it has announced.

The institution said that it would set up a campus in Dresden to attract international students and academics, British newspaper The Independent reported earlier this month. King’s has been working closely with the Technical University of Dresden since 2015 through joint professorships and PhD programmes.

Stefan Bornstein, director of the department of medicine at Dresden and leader of the “transcampus” initiative, told Times Higher Education that a campus on the continent would help the university maintain a European presence and continue to receive EU research funding after the UK leaves the EU.

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