New study abroad programme makes languages an EU priority

A €15b initiative from the European Union to encourage study and training abroad will address unemployment and social mobility, says EU commissioner

Language learning is an EU priority, Androulla Vassiliou, EU commissioner for education, culture and multilingualism, has said. Launching the revamped Erasmus+ programme, Vassiliou said languages are essential for addressing unemployment and social mobility within the European Union.

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