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Student and teacher exchange

Javier Arevalo
Student and teacher exchange programmes have expanded rapidly in Europe ever since launching the European Union's most popular exchange programme Erasmus in 1987. Currently, there is a myriad of exchange programmes within Europe, and between Europe and the other continents.

Student exchange can be organised as a free-mover or through an exchange programme. Participating in an exchange programme is by far the more popular alternative, tuition fees are often less and scholarships may be available. Opportunities for teacher exchange can also be found through established channels, but often teacher exchange is based on personal relationships and bilateral agreements.

This part of the portal provides information on well-established exchange programmes within Europe, and to/from Europe and other continents. Additionally, information can be found on national structures that promote and fund student and teacher mobility.

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  1. Vlaamse Interuniversitaire Raad Secretariaat Voor Universitaire Ontwikkelingssamenwerking (VLIR-UOS)
    • VLIR University Development Cooperation

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