UK students worried about loss of Erasmus

Students abroad on Erasmus exchanges on October 31 have been told that their funding and placements can continue in the event of an abrupt no-deal exit.

However, the scheme will not be available for those wanting to take part afterwards.

The EU has guaranteed continued funding for ongoing schemes on Brexit day and the UK has also made a guarantee to any UK students whose bids for Erasmus placements are successful up to the end of 2020.

The Department for Edu­cation (DfE) said “successful” refers to bids approved by the EU Commission, which will not be possible after Brexit unless the EU agrees that the UK can remain ...

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