Incoming Erasmus Participants worth over €12m to Austrian Economy

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 16 November, 2018

In 2014, 14,000 incoming participants under the Erasmus Programme spent periods in Austria.  According to a study commissioned by the Austrian Erasmus+ National Agency – OeAD-GmbH, the value added effect to the economy was of the order of €12.4m, even after correcting for outgoing participants and other aspects.


The effects of Erasmus+ incoming participants on the Austrian Economy

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