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Education with European standards

 

“It was just cool,” says Zaur Mutallimov, a student from the Azerbaijan Tourism Institute on his return from an exchange programme in Portugal. “I really enjoyed studying and being in touch with young people from many European countries.
 
It turned me into a more open-minded person, aware of European culture and values.” About 100 people from Azerbaijan have benefited from the country’s participation in the EU-funded Erasmus Mundus programme over the last three years – enough to launch an Alumni Network of EU education programmes in the country.
 
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