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Wales notes global interest in its student exchange scheme

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Education minister releases update on the upcoming International Learning Exchange Programme

There has been “noteworthy global interest” in the Welsh replacement for the European Union’s Erasmus+ student exchange programme, the country’s government has said.

In an update on the £65 million International Learning Exchange Programme, Welsh government education minister Jeremy Miles said he was “delighted and encouraged by the noteworthy global interest we have received from potential participants since its launch”.

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