The Erasmus exchange programme, which was created to allow university students in the EU and partner countries to study abroad, may be available to you if you reside in the European Union (or one of the partnered countries outside the EU). Here, we examine what the Erasmus+ programme has to offer, outline the application process, and hear directly from one Erasmus participant.
In line with the OECD´s definition of an International student AKA foreign students ‘an international student is a person who received their prior education in another country and is not resident of his/her current country of study.” In 2017 there have been over 5 million international students compared to 2 million in 2000. Read More
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