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Norwegian students told to steer clear of UK for Erasmus

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Norway’s minister for education has warned the country’s students not to set up Erasmus exchanges in the UK due to ongoing uncertainty around Brexit.

According to Norwegian news website NRK, education minister Iselin Nybø said students should look at other countries for their Erasmus exchange from September, as they cannot be sure they will be able to complete their exams or modules. 

“If you are a student and are considering leaving for the fall, I recommend you look at countries other than the UK. The uncertainty associated with the Erasmus programme is great,” Nybø told NRK.

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