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The Baltic States are a source of enormous (human) potential that can greatly enrich Europe and have enjoyed special attention in European VET policy. Since they are among the newest members of the European Union, they are involved in the Copenhagen process. This book aims to be of service to researchers and lecturers of VET in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as for the broader context of internationalisation in VET. This publication critically examines the reforms in VET and its structures in the Baltic States.