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Find out how the new Erasmus+ programme can help you increase your opportunities to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad in 2014.
Europe's most successful student exchange programme (Erasmus) is being relaunched in an improved and expanded version, Erasmus+. It brings together 7 existing EU programmes in the fields of education, training and youth and, for the first time, it will provide support for sport. But what does all this really mean for young people around Europe?
Some of the abroad opportunities in numbers:
Mobility opportunities are open to anyone: young people, high school students, vocational or university students, teachers and youth workers can live and learn in a foreign country, thanks to this new EU programme which aims to boost skills and employability of young people around Europe.
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How to apply