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Innovations to enhance the effectiveness and impact of the Erasmus+ successor programme

The planning and design of the Erasmus+ successor programme is underway and the European Commission recently undertook a consultation to gather input. As part of this, Universities UK International (UUKi) has put together a submission based on their Erasmus+ Interim Evaluation survey of its member institutions last year. This position paper on the Erasmus+ successor programme sets out two key innovations that should lie at the heart of any successor programme.

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