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UK to pay more than £100m a year to fund study abroad after Brexit

Turing scheme for British students is claimed to be ‘truly international’ replacement for EU’s Erasmus programme

More than £100m will be spent on the post-Brexit replacement of the Erasmus exchange programme for UK students next year, it has been announced.

The Department for Education (DfE) said the Turing scheme will provide funding for about 35,000 students to go on placements around the world from September.

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