Turing Scheme: how young people can benefit from opportunities

Jane Racz, delivery partner director, British Council
Tuesday, February 23, 2021

The new Turing Scheme will support young people in schools, colleges and universities to study or work abroad, to develop new skills, gain international experience and boost their employability.

The Turing Scheme aims to open doors for students. Picture: Christian Schwier/Adobe Stock
The Turing Scheme aims to open doors for students. Picture: Christian Schwier/Adobe Stock

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