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The reduced fare will take effect from the upcoming summer semester in 2024.

The report showed that Ukrainians make up the majority of international students in Poland, accounting for 55.8 percent of the total, followed by Belarusians at 13.9 percent. Zimbabwean nationals form the third-largest group among international students in the country.

The Portuguese government will now swiftly recognize medical degrees obtained from foreign educational institutions, aiming to bolster its National Health Service with additional medical professionals.

Officials from Hungary have issued strong criticism over the exclusion of Hungarian universities from the Erasmus+ program, denouncing it as a politically motivated mistake. Is there a resolution to the standstill?

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