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‘More cash needed’ for EU mobility targets

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Higher education leaders say European Commission must provide more support for mobility in their sector

Higher education leaders want the European Commission to do more to help the EU achieve its new mobility targets for the sector, which were agreed by education ministers this month. 

At the Council of the EU meeting with education commissioner Iliana Ivanova on 13 May, ministers agreed that the EU should aim for 23 per cent of higher education students to undertake at least part of their study abroad, and that at least 20 per cent of people with fewer socioeconomic opportunities should experience educational mobility.

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