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Parliamentary questions
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11 March 2019
E-001282-19
Question for written answer E-001282-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Tom Vandenkendelaere (PPE)

 Subject:  ErasmusPro
 Answer in writing 

Mobility within the EU is not yet sufficiently democratic: at present, only 8% of young people born in a given year are participating in the Erasmus programme. The ErasmusPro proposal of 2016 seems particularly promising. This type of exchange would also make it possible for students in vocational education and training to be assigned long-term, high-quality traineeships. This would promote mobility for more young people. There is also great interest among students at our technical and vocational colleges.

Can the Commission say how many young people have taken part in this programme each year (since its creation) and what the distribution of these young people across the territory of Europe has been?

Original language of question: NL 
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