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What are the recent developments with the Erasmus program?
In Europe, are all countries in the same position in terms of education and more specifically in terms of the number of pupils per teacher?
Many South-East European students enroll in foreign universities, but for most of them leaving the region remains only a dream
Final exams are almost done. If you’re thinking about studying abroad, see where in Europe universities are free and what types of scholarships are available to students.
Crèche or grandparents? Forms of daycare vary between countries, with major implications for equality.
The European Union (EU) is close to achieving both of its targets in the education sector which are a part of the Europe 2020 strategy.
Almost half of European students depend on their families in order to meet their costs, and more than a third live with their parents. This phenomenon is particularly acute in the South, though certainly not unique to the region.
An European Survey of Language Competences among 54,000 pupils in 14 countries.
The numbers of pupils in pre-primary classes vary up to threefold according to country. And those which spend the most are not necessarily the richest.
Despite both the EU and the UK claiming they have made "decisive steps" in setting up the transitional period that will follow Brexit, there is still much uncertainty about the future of British participation in the Erasmus, the European exchange programme, beyond 2020.