TALLINN - The interest shown by Estonian students towards the Erasmus program, that enables study or internship abroad, is increasing, recent data by the European Commission have shown, reports Public Broadcasting.In the 2012/2013 academic year, a total 270,000 European students were issued the European Union grant. Around 1,150 students from Estonia studied abroad with the scholarship, which represents a 6 percent increase over the previous year.Among students in Estonia, the share that has participated in Erasmus forms 2 percent, which according to the Archimedes Foundation ana...
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