Brexit will adversively affect young people, who – despite having votes against Brexit in the majority – will have to bear most of the costs in the long-term. We need to make sure that young people are not cut off from the EU. Exchange programmes such as Erasmus+ must remain open to UK students. Moreover, they should be incentivised to travel and work in the EU. Our position is that the door must stay open to the UK and that they will join the EU again, unless they decide not to leave it after all in the first place.