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European Parliament voted, on 25 February, in favour of better entry and living conditions for non-European students and researchers who want to come and study or work in the EU. The goal is to compete with the US and Asia.aAfter finishing their research or studies, third-country nationals should be entitled to stay in the member state where they studied or did their research for 18 months in order to seek work or set up a firm (as opposed to the one-year period proposed by the...

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