Brexit: UK leaves Erasmus for its global program

Following the post-Brexit agreement on Thursday, the United Kingdom announced to abandon the European Exchange Program for Erasmus students.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has left European Erasmus Program Brexit then reached with the European Union on Thursday as part of the deal, citing cost issues and announcing A. Global program to change this.

Saying it was a “difficult decision”, Boris Johnson Explained that while it was an “amazing thing” to host so many European students, the event was “Extremely expensive” for the UK. The head of the conservative government has announced a national program to allow British students to study at the “best universities” around the world and not only in Europe.

Make way for alan turing program

Erasmus Program, Which the United Kingdom has participated in since 1987Will give way to Program alan turing, Named after this famous British mathematician. European negotiator Michelle Barnier expressed “remorse” The United Kingdom eschews Erasmus, asking the government to “quickly” show “clarity” on the alternative solution it is going to implement.

For European students in the UK – currently numbering 150,000 – will now be enrolled in a UK university too expensive more complex.

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