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This is what Europe does for students learning abroad.

Event date: 08/02/2019

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As an EU citizen, you can study in the country of your choice, and EU coordination means the courses you choose and the qualifications you receive in one country are more easily recognised in another. And if you want to study abroad for part of your course, the Erasmus programme makes this possible. Here’s how it could benefit you.

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