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Schools could profit from Brexit via continental exchange links

Wednesday, 24th May, 2017 10:28am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Schools could profit from Brexit via continental exchange links

Photo: Ray Ryan

Schools could profit from Brexit via continental exchange links

Photo: Ray Ryan

TUAM is playing host to a group of Spanish students this week as part of a three year Erasmus exchange that could provide an economic boom to the town in the wake of Brexit.
Archbishop McHale College is hosting the group of 17 students from Ponteareas in Galicia after 14 Transition Year students from the Tuam school travelled to northern Spain earlier this year.
The Tuam school is the first from the West of Ireland to take part in the new initiative.

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