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Erasmus+ students more likely to find work, says EU study


According to new studies released by the European Commission, the EU’s widely popular youth mobility programme, Erasmus and Erasmus+, makes it more possible for Europe’s young people to improve their chances at finding work and their collaboration with different countries and cultures.

Begun in 1987, the programme initially had only included students, but later extended to teachers.Two studies published by the European Commission and carried out with individuals and organisations, found t…

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