HELSINKI - On 21 December, more than half of Finland’s MPs agreed to a proposal to change legislation to allow for students from outside Europe to be charged tuition fees for degree programmes. The fees would be between €3,500 and €12,000 (US$4,700 and US$16,000) a year.
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Wed 23 Apr 2014
VIENNA – It is important to support inclusive history teaching in order to create a European identity among younger gene (read more)
Tue 22 Apr 2014
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Tue 08 Apr 2014
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BRUSSELS - The European Students’ Union (ESU) supports actions against anti-gypsyism and stands in solidarity with Roma (read more)
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