Studying abroad will look very different for Erasmus students this September

Travel restrictions and closed or socially-distanced campuses mean many of the class of 2021 won’t leave home, but the commission is injecting €200 million to enable distance learning and keep the Erasmus+ programme on the road to studying abroad.

As students head back to universities this September, a new cycle of Erasmus+ exchanges is starting for Studying abroad, but the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way the EU‘s student mobility programmes will be delivered. Read More