Erasmus in the Baltic countries 2007-2013
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In 1981 the European Commission started a pilot-student mobility action in Europe, which became a predecessor to the Erasmus programme launched in 1987. During the first academic year 11 European countries with almost 3 244 students participated in the programme. In 1995 Erasmus was merged with other educational and training programmes and was named the Socrates programme. In 2000 the programme was prolonged to Socrates II. In 2007 a new programme called the Lifelong Learning Programme grew from the previous Socrates. This brochure provides a statistical analysis of the implementation of the Erasmus Programme’s decentralised mobility actions in the 3 participating Europe- an countries in the Baltic Area and covers the overall performance of all the different types of actions funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme (Student and Staff Mobility, Intensive Programmes, Erasmus Intensive Language Courses) in the period 2007–2013.
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