69 Universities to join Erasmus programme
The European Commission has selected a further 17 Erasmus Mundus master’s courses, involving 69 European universities new to the scheme. The selected master’s courses will start at the beginning of the next academic year (2005-2006) and come on top of the 19 that already started last autumn. The Erasmus Mundus programme aims to strengthen European cooperation and international ties in higher education. For the academic year 2005-2006, the number of recipients of Erasmus scholarships will increase to about 900 students and 100 academics.
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