The European Union publishes the Erasmus+ Annual Report from 2018

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The European Union has published the Erasmus+ annual report from 2018 and, one more year, the programme was an achievement.

Thousands of students, apprentices, teachers, youth workers and trainers in vocational training made use of the programme to gain experience abroad and broaden their horizons. Therefore, the Erasmus+ programme has achieved its objectives, aiming to implement a "modern, greener, more inclusive and fit for the digital age programme in the years to come." (Source:

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