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A novel approach to electric and electronic measurement teaching has been developed, allowing students from different countries to gain access to measurement on real instrumentation, with no need for expensive laboratory instrumentation and personnel. It is shown using an adaptive magnetic measurement experiment on a multilingual base. Following current European Union (EU) efforts to expand the newest educational principles to partner and neighboring countries, this approach can be used to spread the thriving knowledge economy and lifelong learning idea among them, thus creating a realizable European education and research area. Developed in the framework of a remotely accessible laboratory that is realized at the University of Sannio, Benevento, Italy, the experiment allows students to analyze the characteristics of different magnetic materials and the influence of hysteresis phenomena on magnetic and electrical circuits. The experiment includes the interactive verification of the knowledge acquired by the students and can be executed in the following four languages: 1) English; 2) Italian; 3) Croatian; and 4) Romanian.