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Parliamentary briefing: backbench business debate on Erasmus+

A briefing for MPs ahead of a backbench business debate in the House of Commons on Thursday 21 June 2018 on future UK access to Erasmus+ and successor schemes.

It sets out Universities UK’s recommendations for the government on this issue, outlines benefits of participation in Erasmus+ to universities and students, and explains concerns about trying to replace the scheme at a national level.

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