7th Jun 2023


EU universities to share students, curricula

Some 17 European universities will receive €85m over the next three years from the European Commission to help create a "European Education Area", it said on Wednesday. The universities will "become inter-university campuses", with students and teachers to move "seamlessly" from one location to another and with "joint curricula" that cover "sustainable economic development". The scheme is part of the EU's so-called Erasmus programme, first launched in 1987.

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Right of Reply from the Hungarian government

Authors Samira Rafaela MEP and Tom Theuns present as facts the extreme views of a politically-motivated campaign in the European Parliament. By doing so, they undermine the very foundations of the European Union.


Part of EU middle class 'being squeezed out', MEP warns

EUobserver interviewed Spanish MEP Jordi Cañas to discuss the situation of Europe's middle class, the dangerous political reaction if certain groups feel neglected, and the role that member states and the EU can play at the policy level.

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