In Finland, the national administration of education and training has a two-tier structure. The Ministry of Education and Culture is the highest authority and is responsible for all publicly funded education in Finland. The Ministry is responsible for preparing educational legislation, all necessary decisions and its share of the state budget for the Government.
The Finnish National Agency for Education is the national development agency responsible for early childhood education and care, pre-primary, basic, general and vocational upper secondary education as well as for adult education and training. Higher education is the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and Culture.
This page offers information about our organisational structure and leadership.
This page briefly explains the main tasks of our organisation, what we do, and how we fit into the work of the Finnish government.
See this page to find our contact information along with other information on our national contact point duties and visiting our offices.
On this page you can find information on the different services we offer to students, pupils, teachers, schools and other institutions.