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(20 May 2019) - New evidence shows that Erasmus+ makes students more successful in their personal and professional lives and helps universities to become more innovative, according to two new independent studies released today.

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The large-scale studies based on the feedback from nearly 77 000 students and staff and over 500 organisations measure and analyse the impact the Erasmus+ programme has on its main beneficiaries.

Results show how the EU programme helps prepare young Europeans for the new digital era and thrive in their future careers.

Erasmus+ also boosts innovation capacity of universities, their international engagement and ability to answer the needs of the labour market.

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