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Parliamentary questions
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19 December 2017
E-007832-17
Question for written answer E-007832-17
to the Commission
Rule 130
Claudia Țapardel (S&D)

 Subject:  The Erasmus programme after Brexit
 Answer in writing 

Erasmus is one of the most important EU programmes for young people. In 2016, no less than 725 000 young people benefited from a study or training grant, or took part in volunteer activities through Erasmus. As the UK is preparing to leave the EU in 2019, its participation in Erasmus is now in doubt. In 2016, 26 800 EU students studied in the UK, most of whom were supported by the Erasmus+ programme. Moreover, 15 000 British students also participated in Erasmus. If the UK does not participate in Erasmus after 2019, a significant number of students will no longer be able to benefit from Erasmus grants.

In this context, what measures does the Commission propose so that the UK and/or its citizens can continue to participate in Erasmus after 2019?

Original language of question: RO 
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