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30/05/2018

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Image caption professor Colin Riordan said he was in favour of students studying abroad

The UK should "consider seriously" its own international student exchange programmes to replace the EU's scheme after Brexit, the head of one of the UK's leading universities has argued.

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The vice-chancellor of Cardiff University said he was "absolutely in favour" of students studying abroad.

prof Colin Riordan said the Erasmus+ programme was "relatively inflexible".

 

The UK government said access to future EU programmes was a matter for negotiations.


The head of Cardiff University, which is part of the Russell Group of elite British universities, does not believe the UK should definitely leave Erasmus+ but said it would be "worthwhile" looking at other options.

It was announced in December by the prime minister that the UK would continue to take part in the current scheme until it ends in 2020.

The Welsh Government believes Wales should continue to be a part of the programme, as set out in its Brexit white paper.

Erasmus+ sees students study in another European country for between three and 12 months as part of their degree.
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原文地址:http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-politics-43063093