Brussels

February 10, 2006

Some 25 national Erasmus agencies have warned that decisions on the European budget last December amount in effect to no increase for education, fail to support the existing student-exchange programme at its present level and jeopardise projected initiatives. The agencies' directors say the budget for education will be less than half the €13.6 billion proposed by the European Commission for 2007-13.

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