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Erasmus+ budget uplift

Report
11 January 2018

Erasmus is one of the EU’s flagship funding programmes that provides university students with the possibility of studying, working or volunteering abroad. It has been announced that for the 2018 call for applications, the UK’s budget has increased significantly. This information note provides more details on this budget uplift and the opportunities this presents to UK institutions.

News

Twenty three universities join student visa pilot

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Universities UK commented today on the news that the Home Office is to extend the scheme which streamlines the process for international Masters students wanting to study in the UK.

Comres poll: public views on international students

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Nearly three-quarters (73%) of the British public would like to see the same number or more international students coming to study in the UK, after discovering the contribution they make to the economy and the jobs they generate.

Blog

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