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Many people choose to spend part of their time in education studying abroad. The EU has a large system in place for studying abroad, to which you can turn both to find courses and to apply for grants.
There are 2 main reasons you might need to have your studies recognised in another country: when you are going on an Erasmus or other exchange, or when you want to move to another country to study or work.