VILNIUS - Though there are no detailed statistics about the number of Lithuanians studying abroad, Giedrius Viliunas, vice-rector for education at the Mykolas Romeris University, does not hide his thoughts - Lithuania remains a country that exports students, reports ELGA. Yet according to him, this is not the problem. Lithuania should become very concerned that the number of foreign students coming for studies in Lithuania is too small, says Viliunas.“Reliable statistics covers only students departing for international exchange programs. What we can see is that the numbe...
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