Amid the COVID-19 gloom, with the restrictions of international travel throughout the continents still in place, thousands of young people wishing to temporarily study and get their apprenticeship within the Erasmus student exchange programme abroad saw their plans crash or delayed indefinitely. The Baltic Times spoke to Grazina Kaklauskiene, deputy director of Lithuania’s Education Exchange Support Fund, about how the global COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the Erasmus Exchange Programme.
So what is the impact?
Due to the COVID -19 pandemic, the pe...
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