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Education, training, youth: cooperation with non-EU countries
The European Union (EU) encourages cooperation with educational institutions in non-EU countries and stresses the need to promote the Union as a global centre of excellence in the field of education and vocational training. The mobility of students from non-EU countries is essential in meeting these objectives. The Erasmus Mundus cooperation programme supports cooperation and mobility between EU schools and higher education institutions and their counterparts in non-EU countries.
- GENERAL FRAMEWORK
- COOPERATION PROGRAMMES
- Ongoing enlargement
- Enlargement of January 2007
- Enlargement of May 2004