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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.

News

​Time is running out to save Erasmus+: Losing study abroad scheme would blow a hole in UK economic prospects

9 March 2020
More than 17,000 UK university students are hoping that the UK Government can negotiate continued involvement in Erasmus+ in its trade discussions with the European Union so they can develop important and necessary skills overseas next year.

Universities UK response to UK-EU trade negotiations proposals

27 February 2020
​Today (Thursday 27 February), UK Government has set out its position for UK-EU negotiations over future trade agreements, with student mobility and research programmes an important part of the discussions.

Blog

Supporting LGBT students studying overseas

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Stonewall's Emma Kosmin on steps universities can take to provide support for LGBT students studying overseas.

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