More than 2,000 people have applied to the EU's 'Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs' scheme, a programme that the European Commission hopes will replicate the success of its celebrated student exchange programme. However, only 600 have managed to find a placement so far, highlighting a mismatch between supply and demand.
While it is much younger and less well-known than the student exchange programme which inspired it, the European Union's 'Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs' (EYE) scheme already has a growing group of supporters.
More than 2,000 young and aspiring entrepreneurs have applied to take part in EYE since the programme was launched in 2009.
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