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You've earned this. Every cloud has a silver lining. Alleviate the grey hairs that grow at the very thought of the **global lock down**. Bank some useful information around Erasmus Program you can use moving forward.

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Handling the Global Lock Down Phase

With so much information out there, we have collated below the important aspects of the global lock down and Erasmus Program.

Why is it that you can’t discuss the global lock down without delving into Erasmus Program as well? There are many different ways of looking at it.

The lock down in countries around the world means that many usual services are unavailable. In many cases, this includes attendance to schools and universities. The policy is the result of many countries declaring a State of Emergency due to the global pandemic involving the coronavirus.

Keep that in mind as we move forward.

See: Advice For Students Trapped On Exchange During Coronavirus

What to believe about the global lock down

The topic of the global lock down is something we take very seriously. The intriguing nature of the global lock down will no doubt have you worried.

So many people out there are unaware of the most important factors influencing Erasmus Program.

Make an honest assessment of what your knowledge to date about the current state of the pandemic. What are the first few thoughts that come to mind?

Virtual education? Video learning? School closures? These are a few of the things that come to mind for most people. And they are indeed accurate.

Unfortunately, the situation is more complicated than that. If only it was so easy to get a full understanding.

Settle yourself in to expand the way you think about the global lock down.

We’ll start with the following.

Plan for Erasmus Exchange 2021

Obviously, we are going to start right here.

No longer should you be looking for an Erasmus Programme placement for the second half of 2020. Schools are denying applications, but that it not the show stopper.

The immigration and travel policies of many Erasmus partner countries have banned any non nationals to enter the country in 2020. This means you should turn all you efforts to looking for a program in the 2021 semester.

Hopefully, things will have returned to some normality by that time and the Erasmus Program can continue on.

So consider that first and foremost. This puts you in a good place to consider the next part.

Health is a priority over Education

Although you may feel frustrated that your dream Erasmus experience is slipping through your fingers in 2020 due to no fault of your own, the reality is, lives are more important.

Unfortunately, many sacrifices are needed across all areas of industry during this period to save lives, and the education sector is no exception. However, thankfully this is not a permanent situation.

Eventually the pandemic will pass and students will be able to take part in the Erasmus Program as it was before.

This is a good precursor to the next area of discussion. Moving on again.

Considering the whole picture, it’s clear there is more to come.

After reading this, the reasons behind the sudden interest in the area is a lot clearer.

Making sure you retain the above in your understandings will be beneficial moving forward.

Next in store for the global lock down?

See: How Students Can Deal With Coronavirus

That pretty much sums it all up for now. The education you have around the global lock down will change in the coming months.

If you remember the key points, you will no longer need to panic about the global lock down and Erasmus in 2020. It’s highly encouraged that you continue improving your research on the global lock down.

Where will the trend in the global lock down lead to next? If only we could predict what will happen next. There’s no doubt we will take a look at it.

Let the distractions takeover again. And final task. Let us know your thoughts too.

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