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Easter reprieve as deadline for Turing scheme pushed back

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More time given for applications following ‘feedback’ from higher education institutions

Universities have an extra seven days to apply to the £110 million Turing student exchange scheme after the government delayed the deadline.

Applications for funding through the replacement for the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme will be accepted until 16 April. In an update on 26 March the government said the deadline had been extended from 9 April “in response to feedback received from the higher education community”.

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