British students in France don’t want to lose Erasmus

Keiley Archer in Annecy during her Erasmus year

British MPs voted against making full ongoing participation in the Erasmus+ educational exchange and work placement programmes a negotiating objective in new Brexit talks.

The vote does not mean participation has been ruled out for the EU scheme, which allows students to study in other countries. It may still be discussed but it risks being a low priority.

The programme also gives opportunities for teachers to train abroad. Lib Dem MP Layla Moran said in a debate it was “an absolute no-brainer” because “for students, ...

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