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Will Erasmus scheme continue after Brexit?

Will Erasmus scheme continue after Brexit?

The Erasmus scheme is an EU programme that helps students study in other countries.

Currently 53% of UK university students who do learn abroad, do so through the scheme.

In 2016-17, 16,561 UK students participated in overseas programmes, while 31,727 EU nationals came to the UK.

Erasmus is also involved in vocational training and work overseas, as well as with teachers who want to work or train abroad.

The government has published a technical note explaining what would happen to participants in the scheme if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.

    

Some students have been warned that funding for their trips planned for the 2019-20 academic year is in doubt, while some universities have said they will provide funding to ensure exchange schemes can continue and Universities UK has launched a campaign supporting opportunities for studying abroad.

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