Monday, March 20, 2017

Studying abroad A European success story

''..After Brexit, however, this openness is called into question. The participation in the Erasmus program will end, if the UK limits the free movement of people. This applies not only to the approximately 15,000 British who study with Erasmus in Europe every year, but also to the approximately 5,500 Germans and the 23,000 other Europeans, who avoid paying the high study fees in the UK thanks to the Erasmus program. "We will continue to attract the brightest and the best to work or study in Britain," Theresa May said in her most recent government statement on Brexit. How this is to be organized in detail, however, is still left open. Meanwhile, 69 per cent of..''
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