Study abroad dating


08-Dec-2017 07:59

European Commission spokeswoman Pia Ahrenkilde Hansen said the one million babies statistic was a “touching little figure” that proved the scheme “creates a lot of positive things”.

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A study published by the European Commission this week suggests that more than a quarter of those who take part in its long-running Erasmus scheme meet their long-term partner while studying abroad – and that more than one million babies may have been produced as a result.The , based on interviews with more than 88,000 students, teachers and businesses, also found that foreign exchange students were far more likely to have transnational relationships.