Chapter 15: Managing mobile students in the EU: guiding principles and the way forward
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Recent policy documents at the EU level have emphasised the need for ‘balanced’ mobility flows of students crossing borders to pursue higher education degrees abroad, echoing concerns that the costs for the public good of such mobility are currently unevenly divided among the Member States. This chapter has as its first aim to set out the guiding principles that can be derived from the treaties and case law of the Court of Justice which define the policy space and act as benchmarks for initiatives seeking to manage the of degree mobility of students within the European Union. The second aim of the chapter is to operationalise these principles and consider various unilateral and multilateral policy options that the Member States could employ to address their concerns.

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