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EU Knowledge Economy

EU Knowledge Economy

EU Member States compete for talent and to retain talent in a global marketplace. Essential in a knowledge-based economy is the role of education and training. Through education, training, & youth programmes, the EU is developing and strengthening the European dimension, promoting mobility and encouraging international cooperation.

World University Rankings (2014-2015)

According to the QS World University Rankings® – the most widely read university comparison of its kind based on six key performance indicators, Europe has many of the world’s best educational institutions and business schools. A total of 336 European universities are featured within the world’s top 800 (roughly 42%). The UK boasts Europe’s highest number of  internationally ranked universities with 70 entries, but is closely followed by Germany (42) and France (41).

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