News STUDYING OVERSEAS IS MORE LIKELY TO CREATE JOBS, REVEALS ERASMUS REPORT

Studying overseas is more likely to create jobs, reveals Erasmus report

23 September, 2014

Studying overseas is more likely to create jobs, reveals Erasmus report
Foreign university education appears to have a great influence on causing people to work overseas in later life, a research reveals.

A study conducted by Erasmus (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) has shown that 40 percent of those who took part in the program happen to live overseas throughout their working lives.

Notably, 88,000 people indicated that overseas study experience has an extensive impact and generates even more global outlook.

Studying abroad serves to be a significant advantage in terms of employment. Employment levels of those who have pursued foreign education are more likely to have lesser levels of unemployment compared to graduates, who do not take up foreign education.

Erasmus program has been initiated again with intent to enhance skills and lessen unemployment of the youth. The programs aim at creating overseas study opportunities for four million people in the coming seven years.

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